Fast Ethernet Triple-Mode Network Camera with Night Vision
  • Complies with the IEEE 802.3u standard
  • High-speed triple-mode (H.264, MPEG-4 & M-JPEG) video compression
  • Night vision support
  • Multi-area motion detection
  • Snapshots & pre- and post-recording on triggered event
  • Sends snapshots to email & FTP
  • SDHC/SD card slot for local snapshot and video storage
  • 2-way audio, UPnP & DDNS support
  • iPhone & Android phone viewer


Live Video Streaming
The Edimax IC-3030i series is tailor made to stream live video footage of your home wired or wirelessly over a network connection. You can check upon the security of your home, family, pets, or assets with the bundled viewer, which allows you access up to 16 Edimax network cameras simultaneously.

Night Vision for Crisp and Clear Images at Night
The Edimax IC-3030i series is perfect for capturing brilliant and clear video images under low light conditions. What makes it suitable for operating in such environments is its built-in IR (infrared) LEDs and light sensor. The IR LEDs are able to illuminate up to 4 meters effectively, making the IC-3030i series suitable for almost all security and surveillance applications.

Triple-Mode Video Compression (H.264, MPEG-4 & M-JPEG)
With triple-mode video compression support, the Edimax IC-3030i series can ensure high video quality and high frame rate video streaming. Users can select H.264, MPEG-4 or M-JPEG video compression mode depending on preference and network settings.

Motion-Triggered Snapshots & Pre- and Post-Recording
The IC-3030i series is designed with a powerful multi-area motion detection system. When motion is detected in the specified areas, the network camera will immediately take a snapshot of the detected motion and send the snapshot to the user via email or FTP. The multi-area motion detection function also works with the network camera’s pre- and post-recording feature. When motion is detected, the IC-3030i series is able to produce video footage of the monitored area up to 5 seconds before the detected motion.

SDHC/SD Card Slot for Local Storage
The IC-3030i series features an SDHC/SD card slot for local data storage. Should the network or Internet connection fail, the Edimax IC-3030i series is able to save snapshots and videos locally on a SDHC or SD card.

Supports 2-Way Audio
The Edimax IC-3030i series is designed with 2-way audio support. By connecting speakers and a microphone to the network camera, users can remotely communicate with people at the site where the network camera is installed with proper port forward settings, or even ward off an intruder when necessary.


* For system requirements, please check the details in the manual


Interface / Standards
Power Adapter
  • Fast Ethernet IEEE 802.3, 802.3u
  • 1 Ethernet (RJ-45) Port
  • 1 Power Jack
  • 1 Audio Output
  • 1 Microphone
  • 1 SDHC Card Slot
  • 1 USB Slot for Wi-Fi Adapter
  • Admin Utility, 16 Channel Viewer &
    Web Management Interface
  • Firmware Upgradable
  • DC 12V
Video / Audio
  • 2-Way Audio Support
  • Triple-Mode: H.264, MPEG-4 & M-JPEG
  • Recording Format: AVI
  • 1.3 Megapixel CMOS Sensor
  • 5mm, f/2.8
  • 4MB Flash
  • 64MB SDRAM
  • LAN
  • Wireless
  • Power
Operating Conditions
  • 113mm x 80mm x 43mm
  • FCC Class B, CE Mark
  • 0 - 40 Degrees Celsius
  • 10 - 90% (Non-Condensing)
System Requirements
  • Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz (or above)
  • VGA Resolution 1024 x 768 (or above)
  • CD-ROM
  • At least 128MB Hard Disk Space
  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
  • IE 6.0, FireFox 3.0, Safari 4 (or above)




  • H.264, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG triple-mode video streaming
  • Multi-area motion detection
  • Sends motion-detected snapshots to email and FTP
  • Pre- & post-recording upon detected motion
  • VGA video @ 30fps
  • High-speed video compression
  • Viewer can access 16 network cameras simultaneously
  • Manual/Scheduled/Cycle recording
  • Up to 16 login accounts for web-based camera access

*Maximum performance, actual data rates, and coverage will vary depending on network conditions and environmental factors.
*Actual viewing resolution and frame rate of network cameras depend on connection speed.
*Product specifications and design are subject to change without notice.