Network Video Recorders (NVRs)
Deploy and record from multiple surveillance cameras effortlessly
with Network Video Recorders (NVRs).
View, control and configure your NVR without having to turn on your PC. What’s more, D-Link NVRs give you a variety of options for viewing and organizing camera footage onscreen – perfect for deployments with multiple channels.
PoE = Convenience
Featuring Power over Ethernet (PoE), the NVR supplies power to your PoE cameras, saving valuable time and electrical installation costs during setup.
D-Link NVRs let you limit access by IP address, and even allow you to select access privileges for users by specifying the cameras they may access. The recorded data can be backed up to additional storage locations periodically or whenever needed.
Extensive Recording Functionality
Once the cameras have been set up, recordings can be made continuously, or according to a user-defined schedule. D-Link NVRs also allow for event recording based on specific triggers such as when motion is detected.
Nuclias Connect Hub Plus
- Supports up to 20 D-Link IP cameras and 50 Access Points
- 1 Gigabit uplink port
- Up to 5TB of storage
- Nuclais Protect Mobile app for viewing live streams
See the Full Range
Need more options? You'll find what you need in our impressive array of NVRs designed to fit any deployment, at any budget.
The possibilities are endless.
See how businesses are deploying D-Link Cameras to beef up their IP surveillance.
What Businesses Say About Us
“I have been working with D-Link for several years and what differentiates it from its competitors is the richness of its product range in terms of switches, cameras and recorders. This has enabled us to create our installations around a consistent product set. D-Link also provides a high standard of ongoing technical and sales support which enables us to maintain a relationship of trust at all levels in our work.”
“Our corporate risk management people were amazed with the picture quality, and the infrared quality. We have a few rooms that are dark, and we can see just as good as if the light was turned on.”