Network Camera DCS-5000L supports a wide range of functions for effective day and night surveillance in a home or small office. Pan and tilt mechanism provides coverage of a large area surveillance, and built-in infrared light allows you to round the clock surveillance regardless of lighting conditions. Wireless connectivity eliminates the need for network cables, which provides a simple and flexible installation.
Clock video surveillance
DCS-5000L is a standalone device that does not require any special hardware or software and can work even without a computer. A notification is sent to the snapshots and video clips via e-mail when motion is detected using a camera DCS-5000L and Internet connection. You can set the area for motion detection and monitor, for example, the entrance to the premises or restricted traffic zone. DCS-5000L allows video surveillance at night thanks to infrared illumination with a range of up to 8 m, which provides round the clock surveillance for your home or small office.
Permanent remote access to video using the mydlink cloud service
Support Camera DCS-5000L service mydlink ™ makes monitoring your home or office more easily, conveniently, and allows you to stay connected regardless of their location. To view video from a camera, you can use the Web-site mydlink, as well as additional applications mydlink mobile devices with iOS and Android. Applications mydlink allow the user that uses Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connection to quickly and easily view the video from the camera.
With features pan / tilt camera DCS-5000L provides an overview of a large area from different angles, and 4x digital zoom allows you to bring the area of interest for more information.
Long range wireless network with 802.11n standard
Through wireless connection 802.11n, which provides reliable, high-speed data transfer and high range of the wireless network, the camera DCS-5000L can be placed anywhere in the home or small office. You can set the camera anywhere within range of your existing wireless network without network cables and move it to reflect changes in the requirements for the surveillance system.