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Trigger Based RecordingAbility to record whenever sound or motion is detected
Easy SetupOut of the box and into your home in minutes
No Monthly FeesAffordable home security that doesn’t nickel and dime
Customized Storage2 USB ports to connect your own hard drives of up to 4TB each
Connect up to 2 Hard DrivesPick a size, pick a brand - the mydlink Camera Recorder works with any external USB hard drive.
Connect to Your NetworkConnect to the same network your cameras are on via ethernet.
Get instant SecurityUp to 4 D-Link Wi-Fi Cameras will be automatically detected and set up for recording.
A little space.
A lot of recording.
How much storage do you need? Depends on what you're watching. Use this chart to create the solution that’s right for you.
Simple search and playback.
Search for the video you want by choosing the camera and selecting the date/time. It’s that easy.
|CAMERA VIDEO RECORDER|
|Video Format||H.264 / MPEG-4 / MJPEG for live streaming JPEG for still images|
|Audio Support||G.711 / G.726|
|Reset Button||Reset to factory default|
|Auto Scan Key||IP Camera Finder (press for 3 seconds)|
|Eternal Device Interfaces||10/100 BASE-TX Fast Ethernet Port for network connection 2 x USB 2.0 ports for external HDD storage|
|Supported Cameras||Supports up to 4 mydlink-enabled network cameras|
|Playback / Recording||Supports 4 channel simultaneous playback Supports simultaneous live viewing or playback during recording Continuous recording with automatic overwrite function|
|Live View/Playback Interface||HTTP Web Browser mydlink.com portal mydlink View-NVR app|
|Live View Display Modes||1 and 4 Channel display|
|Recording Modes||Schedule, Manual, Event (Motion), Continuous|
|Recording Performance||H.264 / MPEG4 720p @ 30 fps : 32 Mbps|
|Video Setting||Resolution/Quality/Frame Rate/Compression Format/Audio On and Off|
|Playback Control||Play, Stop, Pause, Forward, Backward, Next, Previous|
|Video Export Formats||Video: AVI|
|Physical Interface||RJ45 10/100 LAN Ethernet (auto MDI/MDIX)|
|Network Protocols||IPv4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP DHP Client DNS Client HTTPS Server HTTPS SMTP RTP RTCP RTSP NTP UPnP|
|User Management||Administrator password authentication|
|Automatic Logoff||Idle user timeout on configuration pages|
|Supported mydlink Cameras||DCS-930L, DCS-931L, DCS-932L, DCS-933L, DCS-936L, DCS-942L, DCS-5010L, DCS-5020L, DCS-2132L Rev A1 and B1, DCS-5222L Rev A1 and B1, DCS-2310L, DCS-2330L, DCS-2332L, DCS-6010L, DCS-7010L, DCS-2530L, DCS-5030L Use the latest DNR-202L firmware for proper support of mydlink cameras listed.|
|System Requirements||Microsoft Windows 8, 7 Mac OS 10.7 or higher|
|Browser Requirements||Internet Explorer 8 or higher Safari 7 or higher|
|Mobile Support||Android iOS|
|Remote Management||Remote live view and playback via web browser Configuration interface accessible via web browser|
|System Log||Status of active users Login history|
|Certifications||CE FCC CE LVD C-Tick|
|Weight||0.2 lbs. (90g)|
|External Power Adapter||Input: 5V DC, 3 A Consumption: 8.5 Watts +/- 5% (include 2 x 2.5 HDD)|
|Temperature||Operating: 32o to 104o F (0o to 40o C) Storage: -4o to 158o F (-20o to 70o C)|
|Humidity||Operating: 10% to 90% non-condensing Storage: 5% to 95% non-condensing|
|Dimensions||4.62 x 2.76 x 0.80 inches|
It is not recommended to use thumb drives with the DNR-202L. The videos may not record completely and/or flash drives may crash when recording.
The DNR-202L supports standard hard drive configuration that provides a single volume for each drive. It does not support JBOD or RAID configuration.
When a drive is un-mounted, the device will beep and record to the second disk automatically.
No, the DNR-202L only supports D-Link Wi-Fi cameras.
You can set up to 8 cameras with the DNR-202L but will only be able to record 4 cameras simultaneously.
Internet Explorer 8, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari 5
Yes, please refer to the "Configure the NVR without Internet" in the manual (p62).
The DNR-202L supports up to 2 USB hard drives with 4TB in each USB port for a max of 8TBS combined.
No, all the videos will be recorded to drive A first. Once drive A is full, then the DNR-202L will automatically begin to record to drive B.
No, all the camera footage will be recorded to drive A first. Once drive A is full, then drive B will begin recording.
When a drive fails, the device will beep and record to the second disk automatically.
You are NOT required to use these drives for successful operation. Most other USB drives will also be compatible.Note: If you are experiencing issues with your hard drives please verify that you are using the latest firmware on your DNR-202L.