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D-Link Day & Night Outdoor Camera Specifications and Features



The DCS-7510 is a day and night outdoor camera with built-in infrared LEDs, ideal for 24-hour surveillance. It is designed for small organisations to increase the value they get from their data network.

The camera is housed in an IP66 certified weatherproof casing, which protects it against rain and dust. An adjustable top shields the camera sensor from direct sunlight while providing air ventilation for the camera.

Equipped with a high-resolution Sony CCD image sensor, the camera delivers excellent image quality and levels of detail. A varifocal lens allows you to manually change the focus length on desired objects. With a shorter focal length you will get a wider field of view, whereas a longer focal length narrows the field of view and allows you to zoom in more on the images. The focus and zoom controls are located on the outside of the camera case for easy adjustments. This camera also has an auto-iris that automatically adjusts the exposure according to the light conditions for optimum picture quality. A built-in Infrared Cut Removable (ICR) filter enables the camera to capture crisp colour images during the daytime, and grayscale images in low-light. In total darkness, the Infra-Red LEDs turn on and the camera can then detect moving objects at distances of up to 50 m.

The DCS-7510 complies with the IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard. This allows the camera to be powered directly from a PoE Ethernet switch, giving you the freedom to place the camera anywhere you need, including high walls and covert locations.

Embedded with a powerful SoC (System-on-Chip), the camera provides high-quality, real-time video compression in MPEG-4 and motion JPEG formats. Two video streams can be activated simultaneously to address different requirements, for example live viewing and recording. You can save snapshots and automatically start recording video and audio when motion is detected. With the built-in Samba client, software is not required to record the action directly on to a network storage device.
Alternatively, you can record videos to a Network Video Recorder (NVR), such as the D-Link DNS-722-4 or DNS-726-4. These devices can control multiple cameras and support RAID-1 for backup of the video footage.
You can also build a complete security system around the camera, by connecting it to I/O sensors and and set up the system to send automated e-mail notifications for unusual events.


With the D-ViewCam software included, up to 32 cameras may be centrally managed on a single computer screen. The DCS-7510 also features 3G mobile video support, enabling you to view a live video feed from the camera on a compatible 3G mobile phone or PDA anywhere in your 3G coverage area.


Built-in 1/3” SONY interlaced CCD sensor

IR LEDs: 50 m illumination distance

Varifocal lens: 9-22 mm, F1.5-360

Built-in IR-Cut Removable (ICR) filter

Minimum illumination: 1 Lux @ F1.5

RS-485 interface for connection to an external Pan/Tilt device

Digital I/O support for sensors and alarms

16x digital zoom

Wire-in bracket included

1 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port

IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) support

Dynamic DNS support

Web-based configuration

Motion JPEG / MPEG-4 dual-format compression

Up to 4 simultaneous video profile

JPEG for still image

Adjustable image size and quality

External microphone input, external speaker output

Live video streams from a 3G mobile phone or PDA

Remote management/control of up to 32 cameras via D-ViewCam software

Direct recording to a NAS device (no software required)


D-Link Camera is available at kara.com.ng at the price of 102,480


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