February 11, 2009 by Steve Crowe
D-Link has added three new web-enabled home monitoring products to its security line.
The D-Life Internet Surveillance Camera Starter Kit (DHA-390), D-Life Internet Surveillance Camera Expansion Kit (DHA-310), and D-Life Internet Surveillance Video Player (DHA-330) are now shipping to dealers.
The DHA-390 is a surveillance camera that can monitor rooms from anywhere over the Internet. It has two color-coded Powerline adapters that use existing wiring to connect to the Internet. Up to four cameras can be viewed and controlled simultaneously.
- E-mail notification of motion-triggered events
- VGA resolution recording at 30 fps
- Built-in microphone
- Adjustable, mountable camera stand
- Expandable via the D-Link DHA-310 Internet Surveillance Camera Expansion Kit
The DHA-310 D-Life Internet Surveillance Camera Expansion Kit provides an extra camera and Powerline adapter for the user’s network.
The D-Life Video Player is a Powerline-enabled camera viewer that allows monitoring of all cameras on a network. It has a 7-inch LCD screen, a motion detection sensor, and an alarm clock.
- Built-in speaker for camera audio playback
- Touch sensitive buttons
- Desktop or wall-mount
All these D-Link products are currently available.
D-Life Internet Surveillance Camera Starter Kit (DHA-390) — $249.99
D-Life Internet Surveillance Video Player (DHA-330) — $209.99
D-Life Internet Surveillance Camera Expansion Kit (DHA-310) — $199.99
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