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D-Link Launches Wi-Fi Camera with AI Tech Person Detection for SMBs

D-Link’s latest DCS-8302LH is designed for homes and small businesses and features edge-based person detection with AI technology

Global Networking Company D-Link Corporation today announced its new DCS-8302LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera. Featuring AI edge-based person detection, this intelligent camera can identify human motion, reducing false alarms so that users receive more relevant detection notifications. The DCS-8302LH offers unlimited surveillance in vivid Full HD 1080p clarity and can capture everything- even at night. With its built-in microphone and speaker for two-way audio and siren functionality, the camera can deter intruders and alert users of a detection.

The DCS-8302LH is weather resistant for outdoor installation and also suitable for indoor installation, with an included stand as well as support for mounting via screws or cable-ties. Wi-Fi support and a wide operating temperature tolerance provide installation flexibility. Additionally, the DCS-8302LH has a built-in Ethernet port for the option of wired connection. It supports the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice commands, IPv6 for future network compatibility, and ONVIF-Profile S to record video to a NAS or NVR. The DCS-8302LH provides the latest Wi-Fi security for more protection with support for WPA3. Simple, rapid Bluetooth setup, as well as remote viewing and management with the free mydlink app offer extra convenience for users.

D-Link’s newest Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera lets you easily monitor what is happening in and outside homes as well as small offices or shops. Whether it’s for keeping a closer eye on the children and pets, or for catching intruders and shoplifters, the DCS-8302LH is the perfect surveillance solution.

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