Outdoor PoE Bullet HD Camera with Night Vision from DLink DCS-7010L/B
The DCS-7010L is built with a megapixel image sensor to give you high-quality snapshots and videos with rich detail. Get a closer look with ePTZ, which lets you zoom in, zoom out, and pan across your camera's video so you can survey a large area easily.
An infrared cut removable (ICR) filter is also built into the DCS-7010L, which blocks infrared light during the day for improved image qaulity. At night, it moves out of the way to use all available light for low-light surveillance, and paired with a powerful IR LED illiminator with a 10 meter range, this camera can monitor an area even in complete darkness.
Specially built for outdoor use, the DCS-7010L has a solid metal IP-66 weatherproof housing that protects it from dir and rain. A Power over Ethernet (PoE) port allows you to connect the camera to your network and power it through a single cable, simplifying deployment and doing away with the need for a nearby power outlet. A wire-in bracket protects cables from damage and provides a clean installation.
The HD Mini Bullet Outdoor Cloud Camera is cloud-enabled, which means that you can access and configure your camera remotely, no matter where you are. See your camera's live view through the mydlink website, or download the mydlink mobile app and view your camera directly on your iOS or Android mobile device. Keep an eye on your home while you're at work, or check on the office when you're out on the road; mydlink makes it all possible.
If you have a mydlink-enabled cloud router, setting up and configuring your DCS-7010L is a snap, thanks yo Zero Configuration. Simple connect your camera to it's power adaptor and then connect your camera to your mydlink-enabled Cloud Router with an Ethernet cable - the camera will automatically be added to your account. mydlink does the hard work for you, allowing users to set up and use their mydlink-enabled cameras immediately.
The DCS-7010L comes with a wealth of features that enhance it's surveillance capabilities, making it ideal for any situation. A passive infraref (PIR) sensor detects motion near the camera, allowing it to automatically record video and send you a notification when motion is detected. Audio in and out connectors can be connected to a microphone and speaker, allowing for 2-way communication and making the DCS-7010L ideal for use in entryways.
The DCS-7010L is a self-sufficient surveillance solution, capable of recording snapshots and video to a MicroSD card without requiring a PC or network storage device.
If you want to expand your surveillance options, D-ViewCam management software is also included, giving you the ability to manage up to 32 cameras with a robust set of features, including multi-camera views and automated e-mail alerts to keep you informed of suspicious or unusual activities. Features ftp://ftp.dlink.eu/datasheets/DCS-7010L.pdf
|Video Resolution||1280x720 (WXGA)|
|Video Frame Rate||30 fps|
|Still Image Resolution||N/A|
|Built In Mic||No|
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