An Off-the-Shelf kit is a great option if you’re looking for an all singing all dancing feature-packed kit but are not sure which camera to go for. The NiteDevil Hero is a superb all-rounder, performing great at night and even retaining some colour in the image but it also boasts some handy "intruder deterrent" features such as a built-in strobe and siren. Paired with a Zip NVR, the whole kit is easy to install, set up and most importantly really easy to use.
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An Off-the-Shelf kit is a great option if you're looking for an all singing all dancing feature-packed kit but are not sure which camera to go for. The NiteDevil Hero is a superb all-rounder, performing great at night and even retaining some colour in the image but it also boasts some handy "intruder deterrent" features such as a built-in strobe and siren. Paired with a Zip NVR, the whole kit is easy to install, set up and most importantly really easy to use.
You can use all the cameras on the one job or keep some in your van for the next job, either way, the kits save up to 20% off the usual trade price so it's a win-win.
Available in 4, 8 or 16 camera options depending on which size you pick they all contain a ZIP PoE NVR, Low Light Eyeballs cameras with a wide-angle lens, 25m patch leads to connect your cameras plus one for connecting your router, a mouse and a remote to control your NVR.
**Plus you still get all the free extras worth over £150 to help you set up and manage your CCTV kit such as 3 year's DDNS for remote monitoring, free ZipVision software, free Phone Apps, a Support Session if you need help setting up a new router and some CCTV warning stickers too.
|Compression||H.264 / H.265|
|Network Interface||RJ45 - 1000Mbps|
|Network Cameras||16 Max|
|PoE Cameras||16 Max|
|PoE Camera Connection||RJ45|
|Resolution||Up to 4K|
|Recording Bandwidth||4K (8MP) / 5MP / 3MP / 2MP (1080p) / 960|
|Cloud Storage||DropBox / Google Drive|
|Audio Input Connection||Phono Socket|
|Audio Out Connection||Phono Socket|
|Alarm Input Connection||Screw Terminals|
|Alarm Output Connection||Screw Terminals|
|Video Out Connection||1x HDMI / 1x VGA|
|Output Resolution||HDMI - 4K (Max) / VGA - 1080p (Max)|
|Operating Mode||Triplex (Main / Sub / Mobile)|
|Hard Drive Slots||4|
|Max Drive Capacity||24TB* (4x 6TB)|
|eSata||Up To 40TB|
|Communication||RS485 / RS232|
|RS485 Interface||Screw Terminals|
|RS232 Interface||Serial Port (9 Pin)|
|USB Sockets||3 (1x 3.0 / 2x 2.0)|
|Mouse Control||Via USB (Supplied)|
|Covert Camera Setting||Yes|
|PC Client Software||Supplied|
|Mobile Apps||Androis & iOS (Zip Vision Pro)|
|Power||52V DC - 2.5A|
|Power Connection||IEC C14 Socket (Kettle Style)|
|PSU||Built-in (Lead Supplied)|
|Dimensions||(H) 70 x (W) 378 x (D) 326mm|
*Our NVRs take the latest 8 and 10TB sizes but we've based our table on a maximum capacity drive size of 6TB as they currently represent the best value for money.
|Resolution||4MP (2592 x 1520)||4MP (2592 x 1520)|
|Lens Type||Wide Angle 2.8mm Fixed||Wide Angle 2.8mm Fixed|
|Video Compression||H264 / H265||H264 / H265|
|Bit Rate||128Kbps ~ 4Mbps||128Kbps ~ 4Mbps|
|Min. Illumination||Colour 24/7 with White Light LEDs||Colour 24/7 with White Light LEDs|
|Day/Night Function||Auto or Scheduled||Auto or Scheduled|
|IR LEDs||1x High Power||1x High Power|
|IR Range||Up to 20m||Up to 25m|
|White Light||2x High Power||2x High Power|
|White Light Range||Up to 20m||Up to 20m|
|Video Connection||RJ45 Socket||RJ45 Socket|
|Protocol||TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP/RTSP||TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP/RTSP|
|Other Protocols||SMTP, NTP, HTTPS||SMTP, NTP, HTTPS|
|White Balance||Auto / Manual||Auto / Manual|
|Input Voltage||12V DC (420mA) / PoE 48V||12V DC (420mA) / PoE 48V|
|Current Consumption||1.2 - 5W||1.2 - 5W|
|Power Connection||12V - 2.1mm DC Socket / PoE - RJ45||12V - 2.1mm DC Socket / PoE - RJ45|
|Exposure Compensation||DWDR / HLC /BLC||DWDR / HLC /BLC|
|Dimensions||Ø100mm x (H) 90mm||Ø100mm x (H) 90mm|
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 V126.96.36.199-20230315)
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.
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