DESIGNED FOR POWERFUL SURVEILLANCE
The DCS-3415 18x PoE Network Camera is designed to target high-end surveillance market. An 18x optical zoom progressive scan CCD module can capture
superb vivid images of moving objects that traditional interlaced scanning techniques cannot achieve and effectively reduces motion blur and distorted, jagged
edges of recorded images. The DCS-3415 uses its SoC (system-on-chip) to provide high quality real-time video compression in MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG
formats. Furthermore, it supports MPEG4 multicast streaming, letting users view content by subscribing to a multicast IP address on the network. The DCS-3415
can also be connected to a variety of external devices such as IR-sensors, switches and alarm relays making it a versatile yet ideal solution for high quality
viewing and reliable recording during the day or night.
WATCH LIVE VIDEOS FROM A 3G DEVICE
The live camera feed of the camera can be pulled from the 3G cellular network by using a compatible cell phone or PDA with a 3G video player. Users are
offered a flexible and convenient way to remotely monitor a professional environment such as an office or factory, anywhere within the 3GPP service area.
EASY TO SETUP WITH WIRED PoE ACCESS
For effective surveillance in and around a building, the DCS-3415 comes with a built-in 802.3af compliant Power Over Ethernet (PoE) module for flexible deployment.
It can connect directly to a PoE Ethernet switch without the need for a power cable, providing users the freedom to place the camera anywhere they want,
including high walls and hard to see locations.
SMART & EASY TO USE
D-Link’s D-ViewCam software allows you to view up to 32 cameras on a single computer screen at one central location. Users can set up automated e-mail alerts
and be instantly informed of unusual activities. In addition, this network camera supports the universal plug-n-play feature, which allows computers running on
Windows 2000/XP/Vista to automatically recognize the camera and add it to the network. Sign up with one of the free Dynamic DNS services available on the web,
to assign a name and domain to the camera (e.g.mycamera.dlinkddns.com). This allows users to remotely access the camera without having to remember the IP
1. Camera must be connected to a multicast-enabled router