D-Link ships Wireless-N night vision camera

D-Link announces the availability of a Wireless-N IP camera that offers infrared illumination for viewing live video at night.

The new night-vision Wireless-N IP camera from D-Link.
The new night-vision Wireless-N IP camera from D-Link. D-Link

If you want to know what's going on at night in your house, "Paranormal Activity"-style, now there's a affordable solution.

D-Link today introduced its Mydlink-enabled Wireless-N Day/Night Network Camera (model DCS-932L). According to the company, with a built-in CPU and Web server the DCS-932L offers a complete monitoring system for homes and small offices, at resolutions of up to 640x480 pixels.

D-Link says that the new camera is simple to install and has an intuitive Web-based interface. Consumers can integrate it into an existing network and view the streaming video from a PC, notebook, or mobile device such as an iPhone or Android-based smartphone.

The DCS-932L camera supports built-in Wireless-N and Wi-Fi Protected Setup, which makes hooking it up to an existing wireless network an easy job. It offers Motion JPEG and 20-frames-per-second streaming, as well as new infrared illumination technology for night viewing.

According to D-Link, the infrared technology used in the camera enables you to monitor a home or small office for up to 16 feet away from the camera.

The DCS-932L Wireless-N IP camera is now available for $150.

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