D-Link DCS-6314 IP HD CCTV Camera
The D-Link DCS-6314 Full HD WDR Varifocal Day & Night Outdoor Dome Network Camera is a HD
professional IP CCTV surveillance and security solution suitable for small, medium, and large
organisations. The camera uses a high-sensitivity 2 megapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor
with onboard WDR image enhancement to deliver truly superior quality video in all conditions.
The all-in-one rugged design makes this camera extremely reliable and ideal for deployment in
surveillance applications without the need for additional accessories.
To maximise bandwidth efficiency and improve image quality, the DCS-6314 provides real-time video
compression using the H.264, MPEG 4, and MJPEG codecs, and supports three separate profiles for
simultaneous video streaming and recording. This versatility enables a wide variety of security
applications, such as monitoring public areas to detect incidents and to coordinate responses,
enforcing access control to restricted areas, deterring criminal activity, or monitoring inventory.
Furthermore, bandwidth requirements can be adjusted in real-time over the network, and recorded
video files can be saved to a network attached storage (NAS) device or internal Micro SD card.
The DCS-6314’s WDR image enhancement gives you improved image quality in environments with
uneven or difficult lighting, so you can identify objects that are backlit or in brightly lit
areas. In low-light situations, the IR cut filter automatically slides out of the way to use
all available light. In addition, the DCS-6314 also has built-in IR LED illuminators with a
15 metre range, allowing the camera to keep watch even in complete darkness. These features
work together to give you a reliable surveillance camera capable of monitoring an area 24
hours a day.
Robust Management Software
The DCS-6314 Full HD WDR Varifocal Day & Night Outdoor Dome Network Camera includes D-ViewCam,
a complete surveillance software package that enables you to view, manage, and record from up
to 32 cameras on a single computer in a central location. Recordings and e-mail alerts can be
triggered through motion detection or events triggered by digital input devices, keeping
administrators informed of any unusual activity.