\
D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder

D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder

D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder

B&H # DLDNR322L MFR # DNR-322L
D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder

D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder Back View

Back View

Show MoreLess

Close

Now Viewing:

Discontinued
Ship Time: Not available

Questions? Ask our experts:

Show more Show less
Overview
  • 1Description

The DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder from D-Link is designed to create a complete monitoring system for your home or small business. It is a standalone storage device that can record videos simultaneously from up to 9 network cameras (sold separately) without requiring users to turn on their PC. This device not only supports mydlink cameras but can be used to record footage from a range of D Link business cameras (sold separately). It is simple to manage and enables you to change the network settings to access the NVR (Network Video Recorder) from the Internet. You can set up this NVR by running the included installation CD, assigning your NVR to your mydlink account, or if you are a first time user, set one up. It will even automatically discover your D-Link cameras in your network for you.

The mydlink NVR is a suitable solution for small businesses or people that travel and need to leave their properties unattended for long periods of time.

The DNR-322L NVR supports the latest hard drive technology with room to add up to 6 terabytes of storage, enough for months of video recording. Using industry standard video compression options, the DNR-322LNVR packs in even more video for later retrieval or exporting. Advanced motion detection, email alerts, video backup and two-way audio provide good functionality. With 2 bays for standard, hard drives (sold separately), this NVR lets you choose the recording capacity that best suits your needs. For example, 2 4TB hard drives can store high-quality audio and video from 4 DCS-942L cameras for up to 6 weeks. This NVR can be set up to record only during certain periods of time such as night times or during the weekends, or based on motion detection, so the recording capacity can be extended much longer.

With the mydlink NVR, you have a variety of options for viewing and organizing on-screen camera footage. If multiple cameras have been set up in a property, it allows you to simply drag and drop videos from selected cameras to the viewing area. It clearly displays camera names and recording statuses for easy reference. It enables you to control PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) functions from within the interface or by directly clicking on the video. With the mydlink NVR, user accounts can be set up to limit access, or assign different access privileges for users by specifying the cameras they are allowed to access. For added security so as to protect business premises, this NVR enables recorded footage to be backed up to external storage on a different location. This NVR also includes the option to protect data using a RAID 1 configuration, which duplicates recorded video onto 2 separate hard drives to keep your videos safe, even if one of the hard drives fails.

The mydlink NVR interface allows for straightforward configuration including compression, resolution, and frame rate for all connected cameras. Once the cameras have been set up, it allows recordings to be made continuously, or according to a user-defined schedule. It also provides event recording based on specific triggers such as when motion is detected.

The mydlink NVR is part of D-Link GreenTM, D-Link's programme for providing eco-friendly alternatives without compromising performance. If the hard drives are not used in a configurable period of time, or data is not being transmitted, this NVR will enter stand-by mode to save power. Also, its silent fan will adapt its speed depending on the hard drives' temperature.

Note: An internal 3.5" SATA 2.0 drive is required to store or share files and must be formatted before use. RAID 0 and RAID 1 require the use of two (2) SATA drives. To avoid drive incompatibility in RAID 0 or RAID 1 operation, use SATA drives from the same manufacturer. Formatted drive capacity for RAID 1 operation is dependent on the drive capacity of the lower-sized drive. May not work with older generation SATA drives. For a list of SATA drives that have been tested to work with the DNR-322L visit your D-Link office website.

Up to 60-days of recording with 9 HD network cameras
View live video from anywhere with the mydlink website or App
View, manage, and control your camera feeds
Motion or schedule based recording of high-quality video and audio

Comprehensive IP Surveillance Solution

A standalone SATA RAID NVR capable of 24/7 recording without a PCC
Can manage multiple network cameras, providing direct access to view live videos and play recorded data through the Internet from anywhere, anytime
Compact in size
Incorporates a physical security lock
A user-friendly GUI (Graphical User Interface) simplifies network and camera setup, allowing users to easily access multiple cameras for viewing, recording, playback, and configuration
Provides a flexible and economic alternative to manage and configure multiple network cameras on a centralized web interface
Supports high-resolution Mp recording for vivid video with high clarity
Empowered by Mydlink technology, which facilitates quick and easy set up for Internet access
Supports real-time monitoring and playback from everywhere via your Internet browser
Recording is stored in your own HDD for high privacy and not in the online cloud

Complete Network Functionality

Utilizes ADSL services. It can connect to the Internet via an ADSL modem over Ethernet
Supports dynamic DNS (Domain Name System), which is a solution for users without a fixed IP address to connect to the NVR from the Internet using an easy-to-remember domain name
Can update the system clock from an Internet server using the NTP (Network Time Protocol) to ensure that the time recording is always accurate
Can act as a DHCP server for easy deployment when the network environment is very simple and there is no existing DHCP server

Fully Functional Recording

A highly configurable scheduling system allows for continuous recording or recording during specifically allotted time frames once cameras have been set up
Each camera can be set to record independently at preset intervals
Provides event recording based on specific triggers
Can be configured to overwrite the oldest data automatically when hard disk 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 hard disk capacity). For example, if the NVR has the capacity to store 7 days of recording, using the overwrite option, the NVR will record on the 8th day and delete the 1st day
Provides the option to stop recording when the hard disk is full
Notification can be sent via e-mail or to an external device such as an audible alarm or LED display, when the disk reaches its capacity

Comprehensive Data and Hardware Security

RAID 1 duplicates the recordings database onto two separate drives
In the event of a hard disk failure, data integrity is maintained on the secondary hard disk
Boots up automatically once the power is recovered after a power outage
Users can specify safe and blocked IP addresses to filter the external connections, thereby increasing data security
Administrators may also choose access privileges for users by specifying the cameras they may have access to live view, playback, audio, and PTZ (Pan / Tilt / Zoom) functions
A UPS (sold separately) can be used as emergency power supply for the NVR that uses a USB interface to notify the NVR to perform a proper shutdown before battery power runs out
Recorded data is stored in a secure database that can be backed up to additional storage locations periodically or whenever needed

Powerful Event Management

Camera status page shows connection, recording, frame rate, and bit rate information of each camera and estimated available recording time is also displayed for quick reference
Event setup is another key configuration of the NVR. It can monitor camera triggers from motion detection
The NVR centrally controls the e-mail and recording of all the connected cameras

Instant LiveView

Display can be enlarged to full screen of live view and recorded video
With multiple channels enabled, users can change channel by drag and drop
Camera name and recording status are displayed via OSD (On-Screen Display) to aid in identification
Users can control the PTZ (Pan / Tilt / Zoom) functions from within the interface using the provided interface buttons or by directly clicking on the video
Presets from within the interface can be set to instantly restore a previously saved view
Videos can be enlarged by digital zoom

Intelligent Playback

Equipped with AVI / ASF outputs, where during playback, if a user uncovers a video that needs to be exported, the AVI format exports a raw video, while the ASF file format transposes a timestamp on the exported video
Playback speed control allows for up to 16x speed fast forward or fast backward play while the step playback option displays one frame at a time
Users can enhance the recorded video with controls such as brightness, contrast, and sharpness
Can also print the selected still image if a printer is connected to the user's PC
UPC: 790069365065
In the Box
D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder
  • CD-ROM with NVR Software
  • CAT5 Ethernet Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Power Cable Holder
  • Keys
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Show more Show less
    Specifications
    Firmaware
    OS Linux
    Camera Support Supports all D-Link network cameras, includes support for auto-discovery and up to 3 Mp resolution
    Recording Performance Maximum Capacity (NVR Mode Only): H.264 1080P (bitrate): 90 Mb/s, H.264 720P (bitrate): 90 Mb/s, MJPEG 1080p (frame rate): 90 fps, MJPEG 720p (frame rate): 192 fps, Maximum Capacity (NVR + File Server Mode): H.264 1080P (bitrate): 68 Mb/s,, H.264 720P (bitrate): 68 Mb/s, MJPEG 1080p (frame rate): 70 fps, MJPEG 720P (frame rate): 150 fps

    To enable the File Server function will affect the recording performance. It also differs by video compression.

    Camera Search UPnP
    Recording Synchronized audio and video recording
    Compression Format H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG (depends on the network cameras)
    Video Setting Resolution, quality, frame rate, enable audio, go to camera interface
    Recording type Record by schedule, manual record, and event recording (motion detection from camera)
    Remote Live View Supported via IE browser (Maximum. 9 simultaneous channels), supports mydlink portal via IE or other browsers (Maximum. 1 simultaneous channel)
    Remote Live View Control + Live view, preset/go, patrol, focus, PTZ functions, snapshot, full screen, digital zoom, e-map, multiple view(1/4/6/9/16/25/36/48) with duplicated camera
    Remote Playback Supported via IE and NVR client, playback system with timeline GUI, search by event, area, cameras, date and time, IE & NVR client support 1 channel playback , digital zoom in to specific area
    Remote Playback Control Playback with normal, fast forward / rewind, and step forward / rewind
    Overwrite Recording Auto recycling when disk storage is full
    Export Export videos to AVI or ASF file, export images to BMP or JPG file
    User Account Additional accounts can be created to allow user access to the system, and specify authorization for the camera channels, PTZ, etc
    DDNS D-Link DDNS server support
    System Time Set the system time (D-Link NTP, Input time, Sync with computer)
    Remote Backup Remote software can back up raw data to redundant storage, auto back up video from the previous day to the FTP server
    System Status Camera and System status, still picture EMAP support
    Network Service Protocols IPV4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP Client, NTP Client (D-Link), DNS Client, DDNS Client (D-Link), SMTP Client, HTTP Server, PPPoE, UPnP , IP filtering
    User Interface mydlink web portal - Internet Explorer 7 or later, HTTP web browser - Internet Explorer 7 or later (32- bit OS only), NVR search utility
    Minimum System Requirements
    Computer CPU: Pentium 4, 2.4 GHz, RAM: 512 MB, Web Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or above, Operating System: Windows7, Windows Vista 4 or Windows XPSP2², CD-ROM Drive
    Storage 1 x Internal 3.5" SATA 2.0 hard drive, 2 x Hard drives (sold separately) for RAID
    Internet Access Cable or DSL modem, subscription with an Internet Service Provider (ISP)
    Application iPhone ,iPad or Android devices
    Hardware Specification
    Standards IEEE 802.3/u/z, Auto MDI/MDI-X, SATA I, II
    Hard Disk Drive Hard disk control & manage via PC, reformat disk, RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD
    Two Reset Modes Reset firmware GUI button, HW reset button (press over 5 seconds)
    Flash ROM 128 MB
    RAM 256 MB DDR II
    NIC Support Gigabit Ethernet LAN port (10/100/1,000 Mb/s)
    I/O Ports RJ45 port, DC-in jack
    Power Adapter 12 V / 3 A
    Reset Button Reset to factory default
    Security Device lock hole
    Power Consumption Maximum Power Consumption: 25.20 W, Standby State Maximum Power Consumption: 0.23 W
    Temperature Operating: 32 to 131˚F (0 to 55˚C), Storage: -4 to 158˚F (-20 to 70˚C)
    Humidity Operating: 5 to 90% (non-condensing)
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 7.03 x 4.53 x 5.76" (178.50 x 115.00 x 146.40 mm)
    Weight 1.93 lb (0.87 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.1 x 8.2 x 7.5"

    D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder Review

    Show more Show less
    Reviews
    Show more Show less
    Q&A
    Top Questions
    Accessories
    See any errors on this page? Let us know.