D-Link Corp. Announces Availability of New Wi-Fi Baby Camera
Jan 19 15
D-Link Corp. has announced the availability of HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi baby camera, or DCS-855L. Representing a new generation of monitoring solutions fit for the modern parent, the new camera works seamlessly with the free mydlink Baby app to transform mobile devices into top-of-the-line baby monitors. The new camera features remote pan and tilt functionality, allowing parents to adjust their viewing angle right from a smartphone or tablet device to get a sweeping view of an entire nursery. Unlike traditional monitoring solutions, the HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Baby Camera helps parents keep watch over their babies whether they're at home or away with a Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connection from a smartphone or tablet device. In addition to allowing parents to view their little ones, the wireless camera also comes with two-way audio and five classic lullabies, so they can soothe their baby back to sleep with the sound of their voice or a peaceful tune. The camera also allows parents to upload personalized lullabies or favorite bedtime stories via a microSD card, to truly customize the monitoring solution. Designed to be simple to set up and easy to use, the HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Baby Camera works seamlessly with the free mydlink Baby app for iOS and Android devices to allow for simple management of all the camera's features directly from a mobile device. Featuring infrared LEDs that provide up to 16 feet of visibility in the dark, the camera provides a clear picture day or night and also sends notifications when sound, motion or temperature changes are detected, enabling parents to check in immediately to make sure everything is alright. Parents with more than one child can view and manage multiple D-Link baby cameras from the same app.
D-Link Corporation Unveils New Home Automation and Security Solutions
Jan 19 15
D-Link Corporation has unveiled new connected home hub and a range of sensors and sirens. The Connected Home Hub (DCH-G020) plugs into an existing home network router to act as a centralized control for D-Link Connected Home devices by integrating Wi-Fi and Z-Wave wireless technologies and using the mydlink Home app for iOS and Android devices. The D-Link Connected Home Hub (DCH-G020) is AllSeen compatible and will support AllSeen compatible devices, such as AllSeen Wi-Fi lighting solutions. In addition to the Connected Home Hub, D-Link unveiled a number of solutions built to easily talk with and trigger one another, including the Z-Wave Open & Close Sensor (DCH-Z110), Z-Wave Motion Sensor (DCH-Z120), Wi-Fi Water Sensor (DCH-S160) and Wi-Fi Siren (DCH-S220). The D-Link Connected Home platform provides a proven, reliable and scalable platform that works across a wide range of devices for a complete home security and automation solution. The DCH-Z110 detects when doors or windows are opened, alerting users with push notifications sent directly to their mobile device. The DCH-Z110 is battery operated for flexible placement and easy installation with battery life of up to three and a half years. The sensor is also designed with a temperature monitor and light sensor to provide additional notifications and integration with other D-Link Connected Home devices for expanded rule creation, such as lighting control when a door is opened, using the mydlink Home app. The DCH-Z120 is designed to send a push notification to a mobile device whenever motion is detected. The DCH-Z120 is battery operated for flexible placement and easy installation with a battery life of up to two years. The sensor is also designed with a temperature monitor and light sensor to provide additional notifications and integration with other D-Link Connected Home devices for expanded rule creation, such as controlling lighting or turning on a fan/heater based on room temperature, using the mydlink Home app. mydlink Wi-Fi Water Sensor (DCH-S160) is designed to connect to an electrical outlet and directly to an existing home Wi-Fi network or the mydlink Connected Home Hub (optional), the DCH-S160 is designed to detect water and send a push notification to a mobile device to alert users of a water leak. The DCH-S160 is ideal for placement around water heaters, washing machines, dishwashers, and sump pumps to provide early warning of water leaks and potentially costly water damage. The sensor detects water along the entire length of cable for greater coverage and is extendable to wrap around pipes. The mydlink Home app enables users to manage and create actions for complementary D-Link devices, such as a siren, or to turn off the device using a Wi-Fi Smart Plug. mydlink Wi-Fi Siren (DCH-S220) is designed to help scare away potential intruders and help users keep a pulse on what's going on at home, the DCH-S220 sounds an alarm and delivers push notifications to users' mobile devices. The siren is easy to install with Wi-Fi and WPS push button setup and can play up to six different sounds based on the device and action created to trigger the alarm. Using the mydlink Home app, users can manage the siren, adjust volume and create rules to interact with other mydlink Connected Home devices such as the Water Sensor, Motion Sensor or Open & Close sensor. All of the newly announced devices and existing D-Link Connected Home devices, like the Wi-Fi Motion Sensor and Wi-Fi Smart Plugs, work with the unified mydlink Home app for a seamless connected home experience. With the mydlink Home app, users have a single app to create customized groups, manage the connected home devices and create actions, making their home more secure and more convenient.
D-Link Corp. Announces Unaudited Consolidated Revenue Results for the Month and Year to Date Ended December 2014
Jan 9 15
D-Link Corp. announced unaudited consolidated revenue results for the month and year to date ended December 2014. For the month, the company’s net sales were USD 91.4 million against USD 82.8 million a year ago.
For the year to date, the company’s net sales were USD 999.0 million against USD 1,026.6 million a year ago.