Edimax 1.3MP Wireless Day and Night Network Camera
Edimax Plug-n-View technology makes it easy for you to keep an eye on the safety of your home, family, pets, and assets wherever you go. With Plug-n-View technology, you can set up your Edimax network camera in a few simple steps. The camera also connects to the cloud automatically, so you can access it remotely with a smartphone, tablet, or computer no matter where you are.
The built-in IR (infrared) LEDs and light sensor make this Edimax network camera perfect for capturing crisp and clear videos in low light conditions. It automatically switches to night vision mode and turns on the IR LEDs to illuminate the monitored area when it gets dark, ensuring that you get video footage of critical moments both in daylight and at night.
Motion-Triggered Snapshots & Recording
The powerful multi-area motion detection system built into this network camera ensures that you have evidence of a criminal event as soon as it occurs. You can pre-define multiple areas in the monitored range for motion detection; and when motion is detected in the specified areas, this network camera will produce snapshots or video footage of the criminal event immediately. Features • High-speed triple-mode (H.264, MPEG-4 & M-JPEG) video compression.
• Night vision support with built-in IR LED.
• Multi-area motion detection.
• SDHC/SD card slot for local snapshot and video storage.
• 2-way audio, UPnP & DDNS support.
• Remote monitoring via iPhone, iPad, Android phones, PC & Mac.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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