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Megapixel PoE Network camera
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DESIGNED FOR POWERFUL SURVEILLANCE
The DCS-3110 Megapixel Network Camera is designed for business use. A 1.3 Megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor enables capture of high-resolution images on a wide coverage area, making it suitable for sensitive motion detection as an indoor/outdoor security solution. The DCS-3110 uses its SoC (system-on-chip) to provide high quality real-time video compression in MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG formats. Furthermore, this camera supports MPEG4 multicast streaming, letting users view content by subscribing to a multicast IP address on the network. The DCS-3110 can also be connected to a variety of external devices such as IR-sensors, switches and alarm relays making it an 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 fexible and convenient way to remotely monitor a home or offce in real time, anywhere within the 3GPP service area.

EASY TO SETUP WITH WIRED PoE ACCESS
For effective surveillance in and around a building, the DCS-3110 comes with a built-in 802.3af compliant Power Over Ethernet (PoE) module for fexible 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 address.


1 Camera must be connected to a multicast-enabled router

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