mydlink One-bay Standalone NVRNereden Alınır
The DNR-312L mydlink One-bay Standalone NVR is a standalone storage device that can record video from up to nine network cameras to its dedicated HDD storage1 without requiring users to turn on their PC. Empowered by mydlink technology, the DNR-312L supports real-time remote monitoring and playback via a web browser using the mydlink website or the NVR’s web GUI. The DNR-312L has the ability to continue recording live while a user is viewing or searching footage at the same time. With complete video management, the DNR-312L’s display and playback ability make it a convenient and effective video recorder.
mydlink Technology on your Mobile Device
Empowered with mydlink technology, the DNR-312L enables users to remotely view and manage mydlink enabled devices from anywhere via a web browser using the mydlin website or the NVR’s web interface. Additionally, using the mobile app means you can access and monitor your DNR-312L from your mobile devices.
Users are provided with a variety of options for viewing and organizing camera footage onscreen. For a system with multiple channels, users can simply drag and drop selected cameras to the viewing area. Camera names and recording statuses are displayed via the on-screen display. A single camera may be viewed full-screen with two-way audio support. Users can control pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) functions from within the interface or by directly clicking on the video.
Administrators may filter external connections to the NVR by IP address, limiting access and thus increasing security. Administrators may also choose access privileges for users by specifying the cameras they may access. The recorded data can be backed up to additional storage locations periodically or whenever needed.
Extensive Recording Functionality
The DNR-312L’s clear interface allows for easy configuration including compression, resolution, and frame rate for all connected cameras. Once the cameras have been set up, recordings can be made continuously, or according to a user-defined schedule. The NVR also provides event recording based on specific triggers such as when motion is detected.
Convenient and Reliable
The DNR-312L can manage multiple network cameras, providing direct access to view live video and play recorded data over the Internet from anywhere, anytime. Complete video management and the ability to playback and record new video simultaneously, the DNR-312L is an extremely convenient and effective video recorder. Moreover, the small size and portability of the DNR-312L make it easy to deploy in any location.
Bundled NVR Software
The NVR software bundled with the DNR-312L consists of five main components including a Playback Manager, a Backup System, and a very versatile search tool. The Playback Manager includes a clean and simple web GUI interface that allows users to play, search, or export video. The Backup System is a flexible backup utility that greatly simplifies the process of backing up video data from the NVR to external storage.
The Linux operating system
Supports all network cameras D-Link. It also supports automatic detection and resolution of up to 3 megapixels.
• Max. performance (only NVR):
+ H.264 1080P (data rate): 135 Mbit / s
+ H.264 720P (data rate): 270 Mbit / s
+ MJPEG 1080P (fps): 90 fps
+ MJPEG 720P (fps): 192 fps
Record audio and video
Simultaneous recording of audio and video
H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG (for the camera)
Resolution, quality, frame rate, audio switching, switching to the camera interface
• Scheduled recording, manual or event-
• Motion detection recording
Mode of remote viewing live video
• Support for remote viewing via Internet Explorer (max. number of channels - 9)
• Portal mydlink (Max. number of channels - 1)
Managing a remote video viewing in real time
Video in real time, preset (presets) / go (go), patrol, focus, function PTZ, snapshot, full screen mode, digital zoom, e-map, Simultaneous display (1/4/6/9/16/25 / 36/48) channels
Controlling the remote playback
Playing with the functions of a conventional rewind, fast forward / rewind and step forward / rewind
• Play through Internet Explorer and NVR-client
• Playback system with timeline, search by event, area, cameras, date and time
• IE and NVR-client support playback of a single channel
• The digital zoom
Function Overwrite (overwrite)
Automatic overwrite in case of filling the space on your hard drive
• Export video to AVI or ASF
• Export images to BMP and JPG
Creating additional accounts to allow the user access to the system, and set the authorization for camera channels, PTZ, etc.
The system time
Setting the system time (D-Link NTP, input time manually synchronizing with your computer, the mode of daylight saving time)
Support DDNS-Server D-Link
• Remote software can create a backup copy of the raw data on the secondary storage device
• Automatic backup of videos from previous days to FTP-server
• Camera status, system status
• Support for EMAP
• IPV4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP
• NTP-Client (D-Link)
• DDNS-Client (D-Link)
• Filtering IP-addresses
• Web-portal Mydlink - Internet Explorer v6 or higher
• HTTP Web-browser - Internet Explorer 7 or higher (32 bit)
• NVR Search Utility
• IEEE 802.3/u/z
• Auto MDI / MDI-X
• SATA I, II
HDD (Hard Disk Drive) 1
• Monitor your hard drive and control via computer
• Reformatting the hard drive
• RAID 0 2
• RAID 1 2
Two reset mode
• Reset via Web-based interface
• Reset with the button on the body (hold for 5 seconds)
128MB DDR II
LAN-port Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbit / s)
I / O Ports
• RJ-45 port
• DC-in jack
• 2 x USB-port for UPS status update (optional)
• HDMI (only supports 1080p resolution with16:9 display ratio)
• 3.5 mm audio input and ouput
• Max. Power consumption: 25.20 W
• Max. Power consumption in standby: 0,23 W Power Power Supply 12V, 4A
49,8 x 141 x 173 mm
0 ˚ to 55 ˚ C
From -20 ˚ to 70 ˚ C
From 5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Scope of delivery
• Video Recorder NVR
• Power Adapter
• Ethernet cable
• Quick Installation Guide
• Clip cord
• CD-ROM c:
+ Product documentation
1 Hard disks are not included.
2 For mirroring RAID 0 and RAID 1 requires the use of two internal drive SATA. In order to avoid incompatibility in RAID 1 operation, use disks of the same manufacturer. Formatted space on the hard disk depends on the disk space smaller. Earlier versions of the SATA drive may not be compatible. List SATA, HDD, compatible with NVR D-Link, is available on the Web-site D-Link.