Connecting a camera to your network and accessing it has traditionally required complex configuration. mydlink™ Cloud Services make it easy to access your camera from wherever you are, whenever it’s convenient for you. A step-by-step guide has your camera up and running in a matter of minutes. Then via a simple website you can set up a mydlink™ account allowing you to view and manage your camera from any Internet connected computer. If you have more than one camera, you can add it to your existing mydlink™ account and watch all your cameras from a single location.
Accessing your cameras on the go is easy too. Just download the mydlink™ app for your iPhone®, iPad® or Android™ and you can quickly and easily view your camera feed from anywhere with a wireless or 3G connection. Thanks to this app, you can monitor on-the-go even if you don’t have access to a computer.
Cover and protect wider areas
This sophisticated home camera provides you with the ideal 24-hour monitoring solution, allowing you to see up to 340 degrees of any room it is placed in thanks to its Pan/Tilt feature. Control its Pan/Tilt feature via the mydlink™ portal, the included remote control, or the mydlink™ app. This camera can also be set to automatically move to specific preset positions, allowing the camera monitor a wider area.
The Pan/Tilt/Zoom Cloud Camera comes with built-in infrared LEDs that allow for monitoring even in complete darkness. The 5-metre illumination distance makes it suitable for monitoring whatever is important to you: whether it is your baby in the nursery or your office by night.
A complete monitoring system
This cloud-enabled camera includes a microSD card slot to record audio and video directly onto the camera, without the need of a computer being switched on. You can setup the camera to record only when motion is detected, or continuously, via the camera’s intuitive web interface. Once the microSD* card is at capacity, older footage will be recorded over. You can watch and examine recorded video directly from the mydlink™ portal later on from anywhere, at any time.
The built-in PIR sensor can detect motion and trigger email alerts. An additional sensor attached to a door or window can be connected to its standard I/O port. All these features can be easily configured via the User Interface, which makes this camera a truly comprehensive home monitoring system. Features http://www.dlink.com/uk/en/home-solutions/view/network-cameras/dcs-5222l-pan-tilt-zoom-cloud-camera
Sensor and lens
1/4” Megapixel Progressive CMOS sensor
Fixed length 4.57 mm, F1.9 lens
4x IR LEDs
5 m. IR illumination distance
Built-in Infrared-Cut Removable (ICR) filter
Image size, quality, frame rate, and bit rate
Shutter speed, brightness, saturation, contrast, mirror, flip
Time stamp and text overlays
Motion detection windows
Three configurable privacy mask zones
JPEG for still images
H.264/MPEG4 multicast streaming
HD 720p resolution
Max. 1280x720 @ 30 fps
Pan Range: -170° to 170°
Tilt Range: -25° to 90°
Digital Zoom: 4x
Pre-set setting: 10 points
Network Protocol Support
IPv4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP Client, NTP Client (D-Link), DNS Client, DDNS Client (D-Link), SMTP Client, FTP Client, HTTP Server, PPPoE, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, 3GPP
Remote Access and Management
Configuration accessible via web browser
mydlink™ Cloud Services
Administrator and user group protected
HTTP and RTSP digest encryption
On motion detection
Fast Ethernet port
Passive Infra-Red (PIR) sensor
DI x1, DO x1
microSD card slot
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP SP3
Browser: Internet Explorer 6 or higher, Firefox 3.5, Safari 4.0
Supported Mobile Devices2
mydlink™ app requires a mobile device running iOS or Android™
12 V/1.25 A, 50/60 Hz
10.5 Watts (maximum)
Dimensions (L x W x H)
114 x 114 x 125 mm
Operation: 0 to 40 ºC
Storage: -20 to 70 ºC
20% to 80% non-condensing
FCC Class B
CE LV D
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
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