Why choose one of our DVR kits for your customers?
The Zip Lite is an entry level HD DVR widely compatible with most CCTV cameras on the market including HD-TVI, CVI, AHD and analogue. Ideal as a basic starter system.
The Zip Supa is a mid level HD DVR widely compatible with most CCTV cameras on the market including HD-TVI, CVI, AHD and analogue. Ideal as a larger domestic or business systems.
The Zip Xtreme is a high-end 4K HD DVR widely compatible with most CCTV cameras on the market including HD-TVI, CVI, AHD and analogue. Ideal as a retail or commercial system.
If you need wider surveillance around a property of many rooms or outside areas but have a limited budget, this is the kit option to go for.
Where security and safety depends on crystal clear images then 4K is the best route forward giving that extra detail required that might secure a conviction.
Another great choice for larger shops or offices but with the added features of audio and alarm inputs on every channel.
Superb 8 camera starter kit suitable for larger shops, pubs or offices where the unobtrusive white eyeballs look just as good on a suspended ceiling, as they do on a white external fascia board.
This 8 camera CCTV kit represents great value for any larger home or business property that can use 8 cameras.
Get fantastic performance day and night with this great value DVR kit, ideal for homes or smaller retail or business premises.
Where security depends on crystal clear images then 4K recording gives the extra detail that might secure a conviction.
A great choice as an entry level CCTV system as it suits most smaller installations with a mix of Grey & White cameras.
The Zip DVR manuals will guide you through all the ins and outs of your new DVR.
The above manuals cover the following models:
LITE004 / LITE008 / LITE016 / SUPA004 / SUPA008 / SUPA016 / XTRA004 / XTRA008 / XTRA016
ZIP DVR TIPS
How to select a network address - Here
How to setup motion detection - Here
How to add IP Cameras - Here
How to setup emails - Here
Formatting Hard Drives There are a few occasions when you might want to format a hard drive. You may want to wipe all footage off a current hard drive or you may have a new hard drive.
All new hard drives added to the recorder need formatting before they can be used.?
Formatting your hard drive will delete all your existing CCTV recordings on that drive.
Simply follow these steps.
Go to Menu > Storage > tick the check box to select the HDD > Click the Format HDD button.
To format multiple drives at once, selecting multiple hard drives and then click Format HDD.
How to select a network address - HERE
More information for the general public at our website: www.zipnvr.com
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