The answer to expensive, outdated analog CCTV surveillance systems has arrived. When coupled with D-Link’s high-resolution and feature-rich network cameras or those of other brands, the DNR-326 2-Bay Professional Network Video Recorder (NVR) offers a comprehensive video display, storage, and management solution. D-Link’s DNR-326 NVR provides reliable high-quality remote monitoring functionality at a fraction of the cost of conventional surveillance systems.
Instant Live View
D-Link’s intuitive GUI interface simplifies viewing live and recorded video from the NVR. The camera status page shows connection and recording status, along with frame rate and bit rate information for each camera. The total available recording time for the system is also clearly displayed for each NVR. Live Monitoring & Camera Adjustment Users are provided with a variety of options for viewing and organizing camera footage on-screen. For a system with multiple channels, users can simply drag and drop selected cameras to the viewing area. Camera names and recording status are displayed via OSD to aid in identification. Presets from within the interface can be set to instantly restore a previously saved view. A single camera may be viewed full-screen with optional two-way audio. Users can control pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) functions from within the interface using the provided interface buttons or by directly clicking on the video.
Extensive Recording Functionality
A clear single-page interface assists with configuration including compression, resolution and frame rate for all connected cameras. The NVR records video from up to nine local and remote network cameras. Once cameras have been set up, a highly configurable scheduling system allows for continuous recording or recording during specifically allotted timeframes. Each camera can be set to record independently at preset intervals. The NVR also provides event recording based on specific triggers such as when motion is detected. The NVR can be configured to overwrite the oldest data automatically when HDD space runs out, allowing for continuous and uninterrupted recording. Users can specify the number of days the recording should be kept (within the limits of the HDD capacity). For example, if the NVR has the capacity to store 7 days of recording, using the overwrite option, the NVR will record the 8th day and delete the 1st day. The NVR also provides the option to stop recording when the HDD is full. When the disk reaches capacity, a notification can be sent via e-mail or to an external device such as an audible alarm or LED display via a DI/DO interface only.