Discrete Camera Can Monitor Large Areas - D-Link - Facility Management Product Release
With a versatile, compact form factor, the HD Covert Network Camera (DCS-1201) provides a robust solution to discreetly monitor an area. The camera’s small size and generous 50 foot cable allows users to place the DCS-1201 in a far corner of a room or use discreet pinhole installation, even without a power outlet nearby. Additionally, ePTz allows users to zoom in, zoom out, and pan video views for surveillance in large areas. Featuring motion and tamper detection, the DCS-1201 can easily be installed in walls, ceilings, or in tight corners, making it an ideal solution for ATMs, elevators, police stations, mass transit, and other applications where a hidden or small camera is required.
With optional support for Power over Ethernet, the DCS-1201 can be powered directly through a network cable with no need for external power adapters. In addition, users can locally save snapshots and video to a microSD card2, ensuring continued footage recording even if the network is disrupted.
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