Featured packed ZIP NVRs - they can be used for simple CCTV installations or more demanding applications such as facial recognition and vehicle detection using the groundbreaking all new iSENSE firmware.
iSENSE is a new and exciting “artificial intelligence” firmware for the ZIP range of NVRs bringing AI technology to this established and trusted brand.
Zip NVRs with the new iSENSE firmware and appropriate ZIP IP cameras can automatically detect people, recognise faces and even compare them in a built-in database. You can even upgrade your original ZIP NVR with our latest iSENSE firmware and unleash the power of Artificial Intelligence in current ZIP NVRs.
With the new iSENSE firmware you can automatically detect vehicles, even distinguish if a car is stationary or moving and trigger events, for example if a car is parked where it shouldn’t be, and with iSENSE it’s all done automatically. iSENSE on the ZIP NVR also makes installation easier with new built-in PRO tools such as the power use on each individual PoE port so you can see the current loading in Watts on your ZIP NVR.
A Zip non-PoE NVR is perfect where you can’t directly connect your Zip IP cameras to it.
Plug & play, the Zip PoE NVR auto-detects and auto-configures your cameras for you.
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This PoE ZIP NVR can power your IP cameras directly so it really couldn't be easier to fit. With its built in LAN boost feature you can have cable runs up to 250M so distance issues are a thing of the past. The iSENSE technology can even tell you how much power each individual camera is taking so you can balance loads.
Zip NVRs are simple to fit and easy to use and now come with artificial intelligence as standard with the groundbreaking iSENSE firmware. With Google & Alexa integration and cloud backup the ZIP is a trade-only NVR that means business and wins business.
This PoE ZIP NVR can power your IP cameras directly so it really couldn't be easier to fit. With its built-in LAN boost feature you can have cable runs up to 250M so distance issues are a thing of the past. The iSENSE technology can even tell you how much power each camera is taking so you can balance loads.
The guides covers the following models:
ZIPe204 / ZIP408 / ZIP416
ZIPe204 - Quick Start Guide (PDF)
ZIP408 / ZIP416 - Quick Start Guide (PDF)
Read how to set up your new Zip NVR in minutes.
The below manual and guides covers the following models:
ZIP204 / ZIP208 / ZIP216 / ZIP226 / ZIP104 / ZIP108 / ZIP116 / ZIP308 / ZIPE204
Full Manual - Zip2xx Range - V8.2.1_20220210
Full Manual - Zip2xx Range - V8.1.0_20200714
Full Manual - Zip2xx Range - V8.1.0_20200418
How do I format the hard drives on my Zip DVR or NVR?
NVRs and DVRs - Cameras - How to Add Third (3rd) Party IP Cameras - PDF / HTML
It is free to live stream to YouTube. There are no extra costs or hidden fees.
ZIP recorders currently compatible as of 25 April 2023
ZIPE204 (Firmware V184.108.40.206-20230315)
SUPA-S004 (Firmware V8.2.1-20230214)
SUPA-S008 (Firmware V8.2.1-20230214)
SUPA-S016 (Firmware V8.2.1-20230214)
Find the link below for the firmware upgrade page, and the manual for doing it is next to the download option for the firmware.
You can choose the visibility of a live stream by going to the video settings, Visibility and selecting from the dropdown menu, Public, Unlisted or Private.
Public: Anybody can watch the live stream and comment. The live stream can be found on the YouTube channel once it has ended to rewatch and add comments.
Unlisted: Anybody with a link can watch the live stream and comment. The video cannot be found listed on the YouTube channel. Those with a link can rewatch and comment.
Private: Only those invited with their email addresses can watch the live stream. All users will need a YouTube account to watch. No comments can be made.
The ZIP NVRs and DVRs can connect to YouTube using RTMP. Which stands for Real-Time Messaging Protocol.
This is configured in the menu on the recorders in - Network > Platform Access > RTMP, the information which is entered into the DVRs and NVRs can be found in your YouTube account in the "Studio dashboard".
Enable RTMP, then get the Server Address. This is your YouTube "Stream URL" and "Stream key".
For example; rtmp://a.rtmp.youtube.com/live2/xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx
There is a "End Stream" stop button which can be selected once your stream has been made live. Navigate to the YouTube "Control Room" in Studio to end the stream.
YouTube recommends between 1.5 - 5 mbps upload speed.
More information for the general public at our website: www.zipnvr.com
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