D-Link launches new Vigilance Series surveillance cameras and recorder


D-Link A/NZ has launched its new line-up of Vigilance solutions, including a network video recorder and six outdoor surveillance cameras. Providing advanced features such as high-resolution video, storage efficiency, high flexibility, and simple management, these solutions are suitable for enterprises of all sizes and every business vertical.

D-Link’s DNR-4020-16P H.265 PoE Network Video Recorder delivers powerful, professional-grade surveillance with 16 PoE ports, a 120W power budget, and a Gigabit Ethernet Network port to ensure sufficient bandwidth and reliability. Users can simultaneously stream from 16 channels in real time, as well as record and play back footage anytime, anywhere. With support for ultra-high-definition 4K, the DNR-4020-16P ensures viewing experiences of the highest quality.

The DNR-4020-16P also features support for H.265 (High Efficiency Video Coding) for improved storage efficiency, saving up to 50% more storage space compared to previous standards. With businesses having increasing demand for more Cameras and higher-quality footage, the DNR-4020-16P supports storage capacity of up to 16TB via its two internal 3.5” HDD SATA slots. 

The accompanying free JustConnect+ mobile app allows for on-the-go viewing and management, and the DNR-4020-16P is also ONVIF compliant to support a wider range of existing cameras and is rack mountable for easy installation anywhere.

Featuring a 2, 4, or 8-Megapixel progressive CMOS sensor, each Vigilance Series Camera delivers superior quality video and is IP66 weather resistant to maintain maximum performance in any outdoor environment. Wide dynamic range ensures that imaging is clear in high contrast lighting conditions, and 3D noise reduction allows the camera to capture clearer videos in poor lighting conditions. With 30M IR illuminators, the Vigilance range of cameras present a clear image even when in complete darkness.

Additionally, features such as Corridor Mode provide vertically oriented streaming for maximised field of view when users need to monitor areas such as hallways, staircases and tunnels. Users can also block out sensitive areas with the Privacy Mask feature. All cameras support H.264 video compression, as well as the latest H.265 HEVC codec for optimised bandwidth efficiency. Motion detection helps to save bandwidth and makes it easier for users to review footage. The Vigilance cameras are also PoE capable for flexible, simple installation, and management is effortless via the free-to-download D-ViewCam video management software.

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