The D-Link DCS-6511 is a high-definition fixed dome day and night network camera, ideal for small-to-medium business applications and remote monitoring over the Internet. The camera employs a superior CMOS sensor with low lux sensitivity to deliver a truly superior image quality under varied lighting conditions. The DCS-6511 is equipped with a BNC video connector for an analog video signal, and DI/DO (digital input/digital output) connectors for external alarms and sensors.
High-quality video feeds
To maximize bandwidth efficiency and improve image quality, the DCS-6511 provides real-time video compression using the MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 codecs. Furthermore, the DCS-6511 supports 3 separate profiles for simultaneous video streaming and is capable of recording in MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 compression at 1.3 megapixel resolution. This kind of versatility enables a wide variety of security applications. For example, keep an eye on your home during lunch through a 3GPP enabled mobile device, or fine-tune your security system in real-time over the local network. You may also remotely manage a directory of recorded video files on a network attached storage (NAS) device or SD card.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) connectivity allows for discreet installation in virtually any indoor location. This camera’s built-in 802.3af compliant PoE module eases the installation process by reducing the need to drill holes or lay additional cabling. In addition, the 10/100BASE-TX Ethernet port seamlessly connects to local network or to the Internet via a gateway router. This camera can be accessed and viewed from any network place as a device on the network.
Removable IR cut filter for continuous monitoring
The ICR Filter can be manually applied via the web, or set to automatically adjust based on lightning conditions. This feature allows the camera to capture crisp color images during the daytime, and grayscale images in low-light conditions.
ePTZ for surveying regions of interest
The ePTZ feature allows users to select a target region for close-up viewing simply by clicking on the video feed displayed within their browser. ePTZ makes use of the camera’s mexapixel resolution to survey a large area effortlessly. Since ePTZ requires no moving parts, there is no need to worry about the mechanical lifecycle of the camera.