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D-Link introduces DNS-722-4 and DNS-726-4 network video recorders

Published by Dan on October 26, 2009 1:20 PM

D-Link has announced a new family of network video recorders designed to offer improved performance and ease-of-use when managing IP surveillance cameras. Both NVRs come bundled with sophisticated tools for video management and camera recording, while offering remote access via the internet. The lower-cost D-Link DNS-722-4 2-Bay NVR Basic supports D-Link network cameras exclusively, while the D-Link DNS-726-4 2-Bay NVR Pro is compatible with D-Link IP cameras as well as third party surveillance cameras.

Each NVR features a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows operators to manage multiple cameras and access live and recorded video over the internet from anywhere at anytime. With the included D-ViewCam NVR software, up to four NVRs, supporting 16 network cameras each, can all be centrally managed.

Another key element of the new D-Link network video recorders is their ability to provide flexible event management. The NVRs can monitor a variety of camera triggers from motion detection or digital input interface. And for fast searching of recorded video, operators can quickly retrieve specific video images by setting the search criteria for events such as motion detection, missing objects, lost focus, and camera occlusion.

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