D-Link Wireless Day/Night Network Surveillance Camera with mydlink-Enabled, DCS-932L (White)

The mydlink-enabled Wireless N Day/Night Home Network Camera (DCS-932L) comes with everything you need to quickly add a surveillance camera to your home or small office network. It works right out of the box. Quickly set up your surveillance camera to monitor in the day or at night. Simply connect the cables, plug in the camera, run the short installation wizard and setup is complete. To view what the camera is seeing, simply log on to mydlink.com, choose your device, and start viewing.

Stay connected to everything that you love 24/7 with the D-Link DCS-932L Wireless N Day/Night home network camera, with built-in IR LEDs that enable you to see what is going on even when there is little or no light up to 5 meters (16.4 feet). It’s also compatible with the mydlink portal (mydlink.com)–allowing you to easily and securely view and manage the camera from virtually anywhere over the Internet. With its small size and easy installation, the DCS-932L is a discreet and flexible way to check on your home, children, or pets in real time–even on an Android smartphone or Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Front angled view

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Rear view

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Simply connect the cables, plug in the camera, run the short installation wizard and setup is complete. To view what the camera is seeing, simply log on to mydlink.com, choose your device, and start viewing–there is no need to configure your router to open up ports or remember hard-to-memorize Internet addresses.

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Key Features

  • Wireless N connectivity for superior wireless performance, clarity, and coverage

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  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) for secure, simple 1-button setup

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  • Easily view and manage you camera from mydlink.com
  • Compact design with night vision that lets you view 24/7
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Ready to use in 3 simple steps
  • Works with the mydlink iPhone or Android app for on-the go viewing

Camera Management

For advanced users who want more out of their camera, the DCS-932L also comes with D-Link D-ViewCam management software, which offers a host of features including the ability to record directly from the camera to a local hard drive, trigger motion detection, set recording schedules, set e-mail alert notifications. It even provides support for up to 32 cameras, so you can monitor an entire mansion.

D-ViewCam also allows you to upload a floor plan of your home or small business and create a realistic layout of where your cameras are located, providing you with better access to your camera. For even greater recording flexibility, you can record video directly to a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device, eliminating the need for a dedicated computer to store video.

Convenient Access, Anywhere, Anytime

To make home monitoring a truly simple experience, D-Link created mydlink.com so you can access your live camera feed from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device, anytime. All mydlink-enabled cameras can be viewed and managed on your personal mydlink portal, so you can enjoy the freedom of remote monitoring on your terms. Since the DCS-932L comes with a built-in microphone, you can see and hear for yourself that everything is well at home.


DCS-932L remote viewing

The DCS-932L is ready to be viewed over the Internet in just three simple steps (see larger image).

You can also access the video feed from the DCS-932L while on the go using the free mydlink app from the Apple App Store (for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) or Android Market (for compatible Android-powered smartphones and tablets).

Other members of the mydlink family of network cameras include the DCS-930L and DCS-1130 (both of which connect via Wireless N), plus the DCS-1100 (which connects via Ethernet).

Getting Started Is Easy

Think home surveillance is too difficult to set up? Think again. D-Link’s mydlink-enabled network cameras were designed to be installed by people just like you–not IT experts. You’ll be surprised how easily and quickly your network cameras will be up and running–ready to connect you to your home, ready to monitor what matters most, ready to deliver priceless peace of mind.

  1. Connect the camera to your existing Wi-Fi network.
  2. Run the short installation wizard on your PC.
  3. Log into mydlink.com to see and hear what’s going on in your home in real time–it’s that simple.

What’s in the Box

Wireless N Network Camera; CAT5 Ethernet cable; power adapter; camera base and mounting kit; quick installation guide; CD-ROM (with software and product documentation)


  • Video features: Adjustable image size and quality; time stamp and text overlay; flip and Mirror
  • Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2, Mac OS X (v10.4)
  • Web browser: Internet Explorer v6.0 or above, Firefox 3.5 or above, Safari 4, Google Chrome v2, Java
  • Wireless connectivity: 802.11b/g/n Wireless with WEP/WPA/WPA2 security
  • Wired connectivity: 10/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet
  • Digital zoom: Up to 4x
  • View angle: Horizontal — 45.3 degrees; Vertical — 34.5 degrees; Diagonal — 54.9 degrees
  • Network protocol: IPV4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP; DHCP Client; NTP Client (D-Link); DNS Client; DDNS Client (Dynds and D-Link); SMTP Client; FTP Client; HTTP Server; PPPoE; UPnP Port Forwarding; LLTD

Product Features

  • Easily view and manage your camera from mydlink.com
  • Compact design with night vision that lets you view 24/7
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Works with the mydlink iPhone or Android app for on-the go viewing
  • Ready to use in 3 simple steps

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2 Responses to D-Link Wireless Day/Night Network Surveillance Camera with mydlink-Enabled, DCS-932L (White)

  1. Aaron mclean says:

    Great baby monitor! Audio is very bad (static). Video is pretty good 0

  2. swb_mct says:

    D-Link DCS-932L or Linksys WVC80N – which is best for you ? I was looking for a low cost wireless camera with better image quality than the Linksys WVC80N cameras that I have been using for a while. Side-by-Side, this is how the cameras compared.Bottom Line: Unless you need Night Vision or need the mobil phone apps, the Linksys WVC80N performs better at a lower price. Linksys has better image quality than D-Link at any distance, handles outdoor scenes when the D-Link won’t and will deliver video clips (not just snapshots) by email or ftp. The Linksys does not have phone-apps, but it can email a 5 second motion triggered video clip that can be viewed on your android phone.Best Useage: The D-Link would be great as a baby cam or pet cam. The cute design, better audio and the night vision outperform the Linksys for these uses.The Linksys WVC80N would be better for any other use where the video quality under all lighting conditions (except dark) is the highest priority.Compare Image Quality @ 640×4801. Color Quality – D-Link is a little better than Linksys, unless it is an outdoor view. The D-Link exposure control cannot manage any sunlit surfaces. Even grass and trees are completely washed out to white if they are in direct sun. There are no settings to fix this. In moderate light, the D-Link color is better than Linksys because the Linksys has a color hue gradient of red in the center to green at the perimeter. This color balance problem is distracting when viewing a white scene like snow or other very light backgrounds.2. Image Clarity – With the two cameras side-by-side with the same scene of near-and-distant objects, the D-Link by comparison looks optically out-of-focus, though neither camera is great in this respect. If you want to recognize a face at a distance Linksys is better. The D-Link video clarity is fine for a baby’s bedroom, because a near-field view does not demand the same sharp focus as a distant view.3. Sound Quality – The D-Link has good audio performance on an wireless “N” lan when accesses directly within your home using the camera’s local IP address. Very little “noise”, no skipping or break-up and good microphone pickup. I didn’t check it out across the internet or with the “MyDlink” connection, but I am guessing audio would not perform so well there . . as other reviewers have noted.The Linksys has more audio artifacts and is more vulnerable to the audio breaking up when the video settings are too demanding even on the local network. Across the internet with high speed cable service at both ends, the Video has to be set at “Low Quality” and 2 or 1 frames per second for the audio to work without breaking up.Some Feature Comparisons1. The one obvious advantage with the D-Link is the night vision. It works pretty well up to 20 feet but the pictures are very soft-focus. For your night-time application you may want to consider that the 4 red LEDS are very bright and draw your eye to the camera.2. The D-Link camera cannot stream video to a PC without using the full web management interface or using the MyDLink web service. With the Lynksys you can play the video stream directly on an iPad or on a PC using Google’s Chrome browser without the surroundings of a web interface. Internet Explorer will only show 1 frame of a video stream if you bypass the full management interface explaining why Google Chrome is mentioned. With the Linksys camera, Right-Click on the video in the normal interface to get the URL for the direct video stream to used on your iPad or Chrome.The D-Link can display a single .jpeg snapshot without the managment interface. This feature can be enabled in the camera’s web interface and it tells the address format to use. This is for direct access, not using MyDink.2. The D-Link cannot upload a video clip to an ftp server when it sees motion. It will only upload a single .jpeg snapshot. This will often give you a useless premature snapshot of a shadow but not the person, or a door opening but not the person. With the Linksys .mjpeg video clip, no video compression is used so each frame is a good .jpeg snapshot. You can select the best frame from the 5 second video that would give you the best view of the motion event that triggered the clip.3. The D-Link will only email 6 frames when it sees motion. You can choose 1 or 2 frames per second. It will include the 3 frames it had buffered before it saw motion which is a good feature. This makes the email feature much more usefull than the D-Link ftp upload of a single .jpeg snapshot.For motion detection features, you may prefer the Linksys which will email, ftp (or both) a 5 second video clip at a normal video frame rate.I had no reason to examine the motion detect performance on the D-Link camera, but the motion detection on this Linksys camera works much better that on the prior similar models…

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