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D-Link DCS-931L Cloud Wireless IP Camera, 640X480 Resolution, Wi-Fi Extender, Sound and Motion Detection, mydlink enabled

  • Wireless Camera
  • Cloud
  • 640 x 480 MAX Resolution
  • Wi-Fi Extender Built-in
  • Sound and Motion Detection
  • RJ45
  • VGA 1/5 inch CMOS Sensor
  • mydlink enabled
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Learn more about the D-Link DCS-931L

Model

Brand
D-Link
Model
DCS-931L
Color
White

Spec

Network Camera
Yes
Type
Wireless Camera
Connection Type
RJ45
Wireless Standard
IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Wireless Antenna
Internal Antenna
Ports
10/100Base-T
Networking Protocol
IPV4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP
DHCP Client
NTP Client (D-Link)
DNS Client
DDNS Client (D-Link)
SMTP Client
FTP Client
HTTP Server
PPPoE
UPnP Port Forwarding
LLTD
Pan/Tilt/Zoom
Up to 4x digital zoom
Sensor
VGA 1/5 inch CMOS Sensor
MAX Resolution
640 x 480
Video Capture Resolution
640x480,320x240,160x120
Frame Rate
Up to 30 frames at 640x480, 320x240,160x120
Lens Type
Focal Length: 3.15mm lens
Security
WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
Audio
Built-in Microphone
Operating Systems Supported
D-ViewCam: Windows XP/ Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
Power
Input: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Output: 5VDC, 1A

Feature

Features
Video Compression:
H.264/MJPEG
JPEG for still images

Dimensions: 2.3" x 2.9" x 4.9" (58mm x 74mm x 124mm)

Weight: 0.21 lb (95g)

Remotely Monitor Your Home or Office Over the Internet

1.0 Lux for Low-light Environments

4x Digital Zoom For Close-up Viewing

Built-in Microphone

Real-time H.264 and MJPEG Video Compression

Sound and Motion Detection to Trigger E-mail Alerts

iPhone, iPad, or Android App for Remote Viewing

mydlink.com Portal for Easy Viewing and Management

Administrator/User Password Protection

UPnP Support for Network Setup & Configuration

IEEE 802.11n and 802.11g Compliant

Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Push Button for Easy Network Setup

Extender Mode for Expanding Wireless Range

24/7 Basic Installation Support.

Packaging

Package Contents
Cloud Camera 1050 (DCS-931L)
Ethernet Cable
Power Adapter
Camera Base and Mounting Kit
Quick Install Guide

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Steve O.
  • 6/20/2014 11:19:20 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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4 out of 5 eggsNot bad for the price

Pros: They didn't explode.
They look nice.

Cons: Wireless card is a bit weak, not a huge deal though.

Manufacturer Response:

We want to thank you for the feedback as we greatly appreciate the input and we are glad to hear that you are happy with your purchase. Thank you for being a D-Link customer.

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2 out of 5 eggsWhat is not mentioned..

Pros: Read the other reviewers Pro reviews. I agree with them rather than restate the obvious.
I submitted a review earlier but it did not post...

If your buying just 1 camera, buy this but if it's the start of a camera network...read on...

Cons: I spent a week off and on playing with D-VIEW CAM the program that allows you to record and use multiple cameras...
PLENTY OF BUGS- rather than go go into it here, go to their website and read the forum on D-VIEW CAM FAQ's and BUG REPORTS. D-LINK may be fixing them as we write but I am writing this today..I have see no new releases.
Biggest bug in my opinion..D-VIEW CAM only recognizes D-LINK cameras!!! Other manufacturers camera and software recognizes all camera's. So how do you get support if you are using camera D and Software T?
No linux-apple-chrome support..

I understand but cannot experience D-VIEW cam will only allow you to view 1 camera live. My other software that came with another manufacturers camera allows me to view it's camera and my D-link live at the same time.

Other Thoughts: I am a NEWEGG EGGPERT REVIEWER. I don;t get paid but sometimes I get to keep the product. This one is going to my daughter and my newborn grandson. I am keeping another manufacturers and moving forward to TPZ. They are now under $100.
1 egg off- buggy software.
1 egg off- software only recognizes D-Link Devices
1 egg off-no linux-apple-chrome support..they are O/S's becoming popular. and a DLINK router can operate with them so...there you go another egg.

If DLINK routers can handle various manufacturers computers with multiple OS's. They are not whole heartly in the IP wireless cloud camera business. I suspect the guts of both my camera's come out of the same off shore factory.. the start up manuals are virtually word for word..

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5 out of 5 eggsNeat little camera.

Pros: Setup is for the most part plug and play, The camera will automatically setup port forwarding via Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) and get a DHCP address when you wire it in via an Ethernet cable. If you don’t have an Ethernet cable, that isn’t an issue either as this device has a WPS button making connecting to wireless really easy. Finding it on the network is simple with the setup software, locating it automatically, instead of searching through manually. And of course you can set it up all manually without the software (Get the IP address either via a IP scanning tool or your routers DHCP address leases, and set it up through there.
The picture quality isn’t HD (to be expected its 640x480), but it is still clear enough, and is compressed with H.264. Motion detection is great, you can have it email pictures to yourself when motion is detected (can configure the motion sensitivity too) I found that 35-40% work for my uses. I have mine setup to email my Gmail address. You can also have it email you the audio that it hears, or a video clip.

There is of course a smartphone application to view your camera remotely, you can either use the cloud camera functionality, or you can use mydlink Lite, to connect to it (would recommend using a dynamic DNS service is you go that route, as your average household IP changes with some frequency).
The WiFi range extender is a great option to have on this camera, more wireless devices should have this functionality, it is limited to a maximum of 5 client devices.
I have never encountered a wall mounting system so simple as this, you pop off the camera, attach the base to the wall (with the included screws) and pop on the camera.

Cons: Low visibility in poorly lit areas. If it is focused at a window where light is coming in it washes out the surroundings, losing in detail but still visible. Power cord is rather short so you can’t run it up high on a wall without having to do some modifications to the cable or getting an extension cord. Doesn’t work with PoE (which is only really used in an enterprise scenario). The firmware I got on the unit was several months old (revision 1.0) I upgraded it to 1.01

Other Thoughts: Image quality wise it is very similar to my DCS-930L, there is about a 1-2 second delay between the camera and what you see, even on LAN, but that is to be expected. The ability to turn off the green light on the back is nice, I find that it is too bright. The final setup I did without D-Link’s cloud, I like my privacy, its not that I don’t trust D-Link, however only having me know the information to access the camera and not have it stored in servers is comforting. Viewing the video either requires an installed ActiveX control (IE only) or Java installed (any browser).

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4 out of 5 eggsPretty good little camera!

Pros: Very small camera! About the size of the flip-up portion of a flip-up cell phone.

Setup is EXTREMELY easy, even if you don't have a cloud enabled router! As long as your router supports UPnP and DHCP (most do), all you have to do is plug it in to power and the network, download the setup program and run it. It'll find your camera, set up port forwarding through UPnP, and register it on mydlink.com . (Optionally you can put in your wifi settings at this point so you can disconnect it from the wired network.) Then either go to mydlink.com or use a smartphone app to view the camera. It really doesn't get much easier than that!

Cons: The flip side to easy setup is that it also leaves you wide open. I looked at what the DCS-931L requested via UPnP, and it forwards both port 80 (HTTP) and 443 (SSL) to itself. While that does make sense, those are the number one and number two stops for anyone who is running a port scanner on the internet (which is everybody and their brother these days). So if there is ever a security issue with the DCS-931L's firmware, and you have it registered with mydlink.com, you're going to be blowing in the breeze!

Other Thoughts: After performing a factory reset, I captured all the traffic from the DCS-931L to make sure that it wasn't surreptitiously contacting dlink even when not configured for mydlink.com service. Happy to report that it never even attempted to connect. Yay! No hidden security nightmares from a backdoor channel to dlink!

Not a bad little camera at all! Wi-Fi extender works even with dd-wrt. Obviously it's only at half bandwidth, but that's to be expected with any wifi repeater.

Very small. I tend to put cameras between the door and storm door, and some cameras have a tough time fitting. The DCS-931L can easily fit between them. In addition, should you need more room you could cut the base down if you were mounting it via screws by an inch or possibly two without compromising its integrity.

Nice product!

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat camera. My cat is weird.

Pros: - Easy to follow setup
-Easy to use
-D-Link provides great apps and software to use with the camera, very easy to use
-Very nice and clear picture
-Microphone seems to pick up very clear audio (was pleasantly surprised)
-Has a built-in Wi-Fi extender
-Has sound and motion detection, so it can (it is optional) send alerts to you
-Comes with everything you need to either be wall-mounted or set up on a flat surface (like a desk)
-Seems to work well in low-light situations (not in complete darkness though)
-Can be set up through ethernet, Wi-Fi, or WPS, so flexible to fit your network.
-Camera can be viewed online through the internet (for viewing through a computer) or with a mobile app
-Nice design, small and nice to look at.
-You can actually turn the power LED on the back of the device off! It bothers me to see pointless little lights on every single device I own
-Great for spying on my cat!
Overall this is a great camera. The setup takes a few steps, but it is all laid out clearly in the instructions, it is very simple. I think the camera is priced well for what it offers, being able to view everything from my phone is great. The Wi-Fi range extender is a nice feature, especially since I have it set up on the opposite side of the house from my router. The sound and motion detection can be set up to send you pictures or even video clips to your email when it is activated, which I thought was a very nice feature. Beyond just having the detection, you can set a schedule for when it detects things, for example, I have set it up to only detect motion/sound on Mondays from 7 AM to 12 AM if I felt like it. It is very customizable and pretty straight forward. Beyond that, with the mobile app you can just get notification when either the sound or motion detection is activated. I also really like that it came with everything needed to wall mount it (even the screws). Now I know that the cat seriously just sits on the couch and stares at the door when he is home alone.

Cons: -No night vision. While it works well in low-light, in complete darkness you cannot see anything.
-Cannot be panned/tilted remotely (I imagine that feature would cost a lot more though, so no big deal)
-Comes with a fairly short power cord (4 ft). I was hoping for longer so I could set it up near the ceiling in my living room.
-Also, wish it came with a USB power cable, would be nice if I could power it through one of my many computers instead of having to plug it into the wall
-Would be nice if it had support for batteries as an option for power, to get rid of wires going up the wall.
-Recording can be difficult
I am sure that the power cord issue could be fixed by buying a longer cord, but who wants to do that? I really wish it came with a cord long enough to reach near my ceiling to wall mount it there. The lack of night vision is sad, but seeing as the camera has very good low-light visibility, I don’t have a major issue with it. Doing constant recording with the camera seems very difficult to get set up, though it is possible... but if you are doing that, I image there are much better options, seeing as the main purpose of this camera seems to be more along the lines of watching, and not recording. I learned my cat has dependency issues.

Other Thoughts: I have it set up in the living room during the day so that while I am at work I can watch my kids play occasionally. Then at night it makes a great baby monitor (as long as there is some light in the room). Overall, I think this is an amazing product for the price! It is user friendly, and just has a great set of features. I am just very happy with this product! Caution: seeing what your pets do while you are away from home may be terrifying.

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4 out of 5 eggsNice

Pros: Extremely easy to setup with easy to follow instructions, wall mounts well and can easily be pointed in any direction.

Nice range on wifi connection similar to a mid range router which is very useful for large homes especially with its wifi extending capabilities.

This camera has good picture quality for 480p, a decent microphone & the dlink software functions as should be expected on all OS's.

Good quality in semi low light areas its really perfect as an all in one indoor security/monitoring camera.

Cons: Not really a con but noting that it requires networking (ethernet) for wired connections no USB support, & it must be powered through ac adapter.

The AC adapter is relatively short which is weird considering most people usually mount cameras up high far away from sockets.

Over 50$ of its cost is simply its the fact that its wireless. If you don't know with some searching you'll find sound detection, motion detection, email/text alerts, and the ability to watch live cams on iOS/android are ALL software based things that all can be done with any 5-10$ wired/wireless 480p camera usually for free (see other thoughts note 1).

I looked everywhere specs sheet, manual, box, nothing anywhere about its wifi's max data rate Mbps, kinda weird so if your one who requires a high data rate for some reason, I figured i'd mention it since it is important on some rare occasions, so if connected through this cameras wifi extender you may be somewhat rate limited connecting though this in such heavy network load situations. (see other thoughts note 2)

Other Thoughts: Overall it's great, kinda hard to say its worth its price but it does what it should and is a quick setup with all of its useful functions.

Con Note 1: It does have all of those functions in an all in one easy to setup package, i already had a similar setup with wired usb cams and various free programs.

Con Note 2: Even if it has a lowered data rate than your router its extraordinarily unlikely it will affect anything for any normal home user, very few people (if any) need it any higher especially since 99% of people don't even have more than 30mbps internet in the US and i'm sure this supports over 100mbps at least so it won't affect any regular home user at all.

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3 out of 5 eggsDecent Camera for the Price - Questionable Software

Pros: The DCS-931L is a decent entry level camera. The setup was incredibly easy and the motion and sound detection works ok as well. The Wi-Fi range extension also worked just fine, but lacked the speed of the main network. The mydlink service made remote viewing incredibly easy and the iOS app worked quite well. I never had the camera lose connection or not work. As I am using the camera in a garage, I really would have benefitted from the night vision capability. Because of this experience, I don't think that I would even consider buying a camera without night vision. There are just too many places that it would be useless without night vision.

Cons: I honestly would give up the Wi-Fi extender and get the 932L that includes night vision for the same price. My only other major concern would be that I can trust the people at D-link. Connecting your camera through their system is incredibly convenient, but with rogue employees and large companies getting hacked on a daily basis, there would be concerns that there are people able to use your cameras without permission. I am not trying to sound paranoid, but that is a concern that you have to be aware of. The only other major complain is the D-View Cam software. There is no other way to say this other than it is horrendous. It is clunky and nearly impossible to just configure it to record. I could spend more time that I would ever want to configuring it, but in the end, I just decided it wasn't worth my time. D-Link if you are listening, make it this easy...Step 1) Pick the camera to configure, Step 2) how many days to you want to have the camera record before overwriting? Step 3) Record. Also, how difficult would it be to record in compressed video format that would be able to be viewed on any computer. It doesn't have to be complicated.

Other Thoughts: I love the idea of these much simpler wireless camera systems for baby monitors or for simple security. I think this is a decent system and the price is not horrible. If it were my money, I would skip over the Wi-Fi extender of the 931L and get the 932L that has night vision. Same money, better feature.

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4 out of 5 eggsGreat option for away from home monitoring

Pros: After wanting to purchase a device like this for quite some time, I was thrilled to see that EggXpert Reviews had one for me to test! My wife and I now have 2 pets at home, a cat and a dog, and are thinking of starting a family in the near future. Because of this, we wanted something that we could check from our smart phones at any time to make sure the pets are behaving or that the baby is ok/sleeping.

This device sports many nice features, including sound/motion detection and automatic notifications to your email! I tested this device in a room that our pets are supposed to stay out of, and sure enough, when a pet walked within about 10 feet of the device, it picked it up and I got an alert!

On top of the standard definition and somewhat easy setup (I am rather technical, so it was easy for me, but for the average consumer it may take 30 minutes or so to get configured properly), it also includes a WIFI extender built in! Now, as a tech enthusiast, I cringe at the thought of installing an extender as they have been known to constantly disconnect, require reboots, or have terrible range. I was surprised by this device in that it was easy to setup as an expanded network and was able to reach the far corners of my house where the WiFi could not get through my walls before.

Cons: I like that D-Link includes a software option to PC/Mac users to record video for free, but it is not made obvious in the product instructions and the program itself is not user friendly for the average consumer. I would rather they built an entirely web based application that saved pictures and video in normal formats!

The standard definition picture is not good enough to see much detail, but it gets the job done as a simple home monitor.

Other than those few things, I could not find much for cons with this device.

Other Thoughts: If you are considering a device to monitor your pets or baby, but don't need any of the extra bells and whistles like night vision or local recording storage, this is a good device.

I just received an EggXpert invite for DLink's DCS-2132L which has 720p resolution, night vision, and local storage, but retails for over twice the price. I will be sure to post my thoughts on a comparison of the two devices at a later time.

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5 out of 5 eggsA long review but there is a lot to be said

Pros: - Price – this camera is a bargain for the quality, functionality and the free apps that it comes with.
- It has simple and stylish design.
- Can mount to a wall or ceiling in any direction. The pivot is manually adjustable in all direction. It can also be placed on a flat surface like a desk and can simply be used as a net camera.
- I personally think that the camera is the right size, as small as one part of a flip phone.
- The camera has Password protection that one can set upon initial install.
- The installation wizard and the dlink download page were very well designed and easy to follow.
- Installation was a breeze on my Dlink-655 router. It took 5-7 min. There is a step by step instruction in the user manual on how to set up the camera.
- The camera supports both Windows and MAC OS.
- Supports sound/motion detection and can send email alerts with captured pictures attached – it works OK, but can be messy if one does not enter the right settings.
- Can work as wi-fi signal extender – works as expected.
- Has built in microphone – the sound was clear for me.

Cons: - Short power cord- only 4 feet. I would expect at least 6 and I would hope for 12 ft in case I would like to mount the device on the ceiling. That was huge disappointment for me.

-There is no night vision. Model 932L has night vision but does not have motion detection. I guess one has to sacrifice one of the features or go to a more expensive option. I would expect “led” night light at least. Nowadays, even the cheapest 3 dollar cameras have led night illumination.

- There is no remote Pan/tilt, but for the price this is expected.

- Does not have capture support through firmware viewer. However, I have to confess that there is pretty good free application called D-ViewCam (reviewed below) provided by Dlink for capturing and managing multiple cameras.

Other Thoughts: - I did not encounter any difficulties setting up the camera to my Dlink-655 router both wired and wirelessly. It took me 5-6min to set up.

- Important: During the installation wizard, take a note of your user name (in most cases it will be “admin”) as you will need it later. Note that one can always find the MAC ID and Mylink # attached on a sticker to side of the camera.

- At installation, one can also select wired or wireless connection to be used.

- I found 4 ways to view content:
1) Using a web service through mydlink, for which one has to register on the dlink website during initial installation. Advantages are that one can view the camera through internet, either using the website or through a mobile app that is free to use.

2) Using mobile app. The quality of this service I found to depend on your internet speed. It is user friendly and good enough.

3) Through local network. Open your web browser. Type the camera IP that was displayed at the end of the set up wizard (will look like 192.168.x.xxx). Important: For user name type “admin” and then your camera password.

You will be displayed the firmware of the camera. From here you can view the camera using your home network locally. This is also the place where you adjust camera settings.

Through the browser (using firmware viewer) the camera can be viewed in two video formats in 640x480 resolution – MJPEG and H.264. The picture is clear. The sound is clear and can be turned off, which I found helpful.

It also has 4 levels of digital zoom, which I think is very, very nice. Overall, the result is very pleasing, but note that this is using high speed home network. The experience viewing the camera through internet will vary based on the quality of the internet connection.

4) Dlink also provides a D-ViewCam downloadable software that I found very helpful. It can be used for capturing images, video recording, scheduling, and playback. Through the app, one can manage up to 32 cameras and 64 users. Once you install the software, sign in using “admin” as user name and your camera password, go to System settings > Camera tab and add your camera.

The camera can be configured to start recording triggered by sound/motion detection. One can choose not to record audio if desired.

The recording scheduler has day, week, holiday and custom modes, which is pretty comprehensive. It can also email captured images based on a preset schedule.

The Playback viewer can be searched by date and time. One can setup Live streaming server and Remote playback server, also put date, time, camera name/number stamp. The software can display from 1 to 32 cameras on one screen. Very nice and comprehensive.

Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by this cloud camera. Definitely worth the money.

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3 out of 5 eggsGood... maybe...

Pros: This is a pretty okay wireless camera, but from a namebrand such as D-Link, I was expecting a little more.

The pluses:
Relatively painless setup for the web interface.
Good picture quality, with various bandwidth options.
Good lowlight performance.
Extremely sensitive microphone,.
Audio or video activity can be set to trigger email alerts, which can include a fifteen second video clip or four photos.
No recurring charges for use of D-Link server.
Range extender works well. This may in fact be one of the camera’s most appealing features, canceling out some of its shortcomings.

Cons: Problems in the setup process may necessitate tech support help.
Video isn't automatically or easily recorded.
Recording video requires a separate, unintuitive, user-unfriendly program.

Other Thoughts: For the average user, this camera gets a qualified recommendation. Its best use would be as a baby or pet monitor, but even for those uses there are some drawbacks:

"Quickly" logging on to check your camera will actually take a minute or two, so for many monitoring purposes, you'll need to stay logged on constantly. In Firefox, the login window will not allow you to memorize your password, so you'll get to type that in every time.

Using a non-D-Link router, configuration was anything but "zero." As noted in other reviews, the camera couldn't find my wireless network at all. I tried the WPS (Wi-Fi protected setup) with no success at first. There was an unlabeled button on the back of my U-verse modem which I supposed to be the WPS, but here's the secret: it's disabled by default, due to security concerns. You'll need to log into the modem configuration program to enable it, and after setup you should disable it again.

After playing with the camera for a bit, I was surprised to realize that there was no record function, anywhere. Even the cheapest cameras on the Auction Site have this function, so I was mystified. Turns out that to record you need to use a separate program. D-Link provides one – D-ViewCam – but it's easy to see why they don't mention it more prominently. To call it half-baked would be too kind. It is powerfully clunky and unintuitive, with no help system whatsoever. The version I downloaded from the D-Link website didn't even have instructions – I had to hunt the PDF down on the net. With instructions, I was finally able to record video, only to find that it was being saved in a proprietary ".dat" format, viewable only within the program.

If you're well versed in network and surveillance technology, you'll probably appreciate all the setup options and D-ViewCam features. But if D-Link is aiming for the average consumer, they need to make their software a lot more user-friendly. The basic "MyDLink" interface is easy enough to use, though, and works fine for non-recording surveillance.

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