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SANNCE POE CCTV 4CH XPOE NVR Recorder 1TB HDD + 4 x 2.0MP Cams £134.37 - Sold by SMG-SANNCE MINDKOO GLEDTO Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 25th Jan

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Great price for a 4 camera NVR POE CCTV system. Good enough for a home system.
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  • Enjoy more freedom with xpoe technology with latest xpoe technology, only a single Ethernet cable is needed to transmit video signal and power The camera simultaneous, make your wiring less hassle, you also can setup camera without concerning whether there had a power outlet nearby. Safer, more stable and more reliable power transmission is always Guaranteed
  • 1080P HD outdoor camera system the robust NVR with premium cameras work together to present crystal clear 1080P images and video recordings. Night vision is also spectacular and can cover up to 100ft thanks to the smart IR LEDs, IP66 weatherproof casing make for indoor outdoor using
  • Quick remote access scanning quick QR code access free customized SANNCE vision app on your mobile devices accessed and review your whole surveillance camera system. You can review and watch lived videos from every corner of the world with internet.
  • Smart email alert & app push whenever any motion is detected, the camera lenses are blocked, or video loss is detected, you will receive instant email alerts and app alarm pushes so that you can take appropriate precautions in time
  • Worry-free after sales SANNCE xpoe CCTV system provide a full year Warranty and 60-days no guarantee money back.

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I've got this cctv system (i bought it w/o a HDD from amazon last year for £114.).

its actually quite good, and for the price you cant really complain too much.
I chose a wired over wireless system for two reasons, it cant be hacked/blocked as easily, and it wont put extra traffic on my existing wireless network. (even with most wireless systems you still have to get power to the camera, so some cables are still required, just not as many or connected back to the main unit.)

Negatives are the menu's and manual are not great (chin'glish) so it takes some time experimenting/learning to understand and find all the options (google & youtube are definitely your friend for this). The cables have a bulky'ish water resistant RJ45 connector cover at the camera end, and you will need to route the wire around all the way from the control box to wherever you place the cameras (so may need to some drill 10mm+ holes or have existing access holes or vents if you place the cameras outside) .
The 'x'POE is proprietary, not compatible with other POE kit if you have that, and wanted to integrate it somehow.
I think you'd definitely want a bigger HDD than 1Tb, esp if you are going to have all 4 cameras set-up, but it will be OK to get you started.

If you want a domestic cctv system that has all the features, and a prepared to put some effort into installing the wires and understanding the interface, THEN, at this price it is great value.

(PS yes there is 'sannce' app to view the camera's via your phone)
Edited by: "m1kes" 25th Jan
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That's a lot of kit for the money 🔥
Interesting. Is it hard wired?
Anyone know if they're any good?
Can you access it remotely on a phone app or anything?
Yes it's wired. Good piece of kit for the money. You can access it remotely via the xmeye app. Easy enough to setup too.
Just soo many wires in and around the house.
Does anyone have this or CCTV clued up ?
I'm in no rush to buy however would like to have CCTV fitted with in the next year. Is this worth buying ?
Like others have said, a lot of kit for the money! Have all the ethernet cables from each camera into a POE switch in say the loft then just a single ethernet to the NVR and router for a clean install.
Edited by: "bubz85" 25th Jan
any chance these can be hooked up to alexa?
I've got this cctv system (i bought it w/o a HDD from amazon last year for £114.).

its actually quite good, and for the price you cant really complain too much.
I chose a wired over wireless system for two reasons, it cant be hacked/blocked as easily, and it wont put extra traffic on my existing wireless network. (even with most wireless systems you still have to get power to the camera, so some cables are still required, just not as many or connected back to the main unit.)

Negatives are the menu's and manual are not great (chin'glish) so it takes some time experimenting/learning to understand and find all the options (google & youtube are definitely your friend for this). The cables have a bulky'ish water resistant RJ45 connector cover at the camera end, and you will need to route the wire around all the way from the control box to wherever you place the cameras (so may need to some drill 10mm+ holes or have existing access holes or vents if you place the cameras outside) .
The 'x'POE is proprietary, not compatible with other POE kit if you have that, and wanted to integrate it somehow.
I think you'd definitely want a bigger HDD than 1Tb, esp if you are going to have all 4 cameras set-up, but it will be OK to get you started.

If you want a domestic cctv system that has all the features, and a prepared to put some effort into installing the wires and understanding the interface, THEN, at this price it is great value.

(PS yes there is 'sannce' app to view the camera's via your phone)
Edited by: "m1kes" 25th Jan
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Agreed. Can’t go wrong.
m1kes25/01/2020 14:09

ive got this cctv system (i bought it w/o a HDD from amazon last year for …ive got this cctv system (i bought it w/o a HDD from amazon last year for £114.).its actually quite good, for the price you cant really complain too much. i chose wired over wireless for two reasons, it cant be hacked/blocked as easily, and it wont put extra traffic on my existing wireless network. (even with most wireless systems you still have to get power to the camera, so some cables are still required, just not as much.)Negatives are the menu's and manual are not great (chin'glish) so it takes some experimenting/learning (google is your friend for that).The cables have quite bulky water resistant RJ45 connector covers at the camera end, and you will need to route the wire around all the way from the control box to wherever you place the cameras (so may need to some drill 10mm+ holes or have existing access if you place the cameras outside) . The 'x'POE is proprietary, not compatible with other POE kit if you have that, and wanted to integrate it somehow. I think you'd definitely want a bigger HDD than 1Tb, esp if you are going to have all 4 cameras set-up, but it will be OK to get you started. If you want a domestic cctv system that has all the features, and a prepared to put some effort into installing the wires and understanding the interface, THEN, at this price it is great value.(PS yes there is 'sannce' app to view the camera's via your phone)


Thanks for excellent information, if you could answer a bit more would really appreciate it if you are able to answer fee more questions.

1.) approximately how many days recording will 1TB record on 4 cameras is it a loop system so it overwrites automatically .
2.) For example say there was a certain incident 2-3 days ago how easy would it be too find out without going through all the video is there anyway to find say extra movement than normal etc quickly via a search with looking at whole video footage.

3.) Can you set up cameras too start stop recording via app and is there option too via live feed if it's connected too internet.

4.) Would you be able too see a number plate from say 30-50 meters away in day/night times or is that difficult.
m1kes25/01/2020 14:09

ive got this cctv system (i bought it w/o a HDD from amazon last year for …ive got this cctv system (i bought it w/o a HDD from amazon last year for £114.).its actually quite good, for the price you cant really complain too much. i chose wired over wireless for two reasons, it cant be hacked/blocked as easily, and it wont put extra traffic on my existing wireless network. (even with most wireless systems you still have to get power to the camera, so some cables are still required, just not as much.)Negatives are the menu's and manual are not great (chin'glish) so it takes some experimenting/learning (google is your friend for that).The cables have quite bulky water resistant RJ45 connector covers at the camera end, and you will need to route the wire around all the way from the control box to wherever you place the cameras (so may need to some drill 10mm+ holes or have existing access if you place the cameras outside) . The 'x'POE is proprietary, not compatible with other POE kit if you have that, and wanted to integrate it somehow. I think you'd definitely want a bigger HDD than 1Tb, esp if you are going to have all 4 cameras set-up, but it will be OK to get you started. If you want a domestic cctv system that has all the features, and a prepared to put some effort into installing the wires and understanding the interface, THEN, at this price it is great value.(PS yes there is 'sannce' app to view the camera's via your phone)




I have no experience of these, only window neos cameras. Will it be easy for me to set this up as a newbie? Any guide?
Can I ask what is difference between these two items other than the missing hard drive, rover.ebay.com/rov…637
red1625/01/2020 13:34

Interesting. Is it hard wired?Anyone know if they're any good?Can you …Interesting. Is it hard wired?Anyone know if they're any good?Can you access it remotely on a phone app or anything?


Yeah its hard wired and a great app for your phone 39760179-qBhTK.jpg
Looking for an updated system for my aging sunluxy so ordered thanks.
As someone who owns a 2MP camera setup (not this specific model), I wouldn't recommend getting one personally, as they have a hard time picking up reg numbers on moving cars (just check some of the footage in the reviews). For everything else they do an adequate job.
MynameisM25/01/2020 15:01

4.) Would you be able too see a number plate from say 30-50 meters away in …4.) Would you be able too see a number plate from say 30-50 meters away in day/night times or is that difficult.


Highly unlikely in daytime. No chance at night. Car moving at say 30mph? Forget reading number plates

You are looking at probably a varifocal cam for the telephoto end and/or likely 5MP (2K) res so zooming is possible without sacrificing image quality too much
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 25th Jan
MynameisM25/01/2020 15:05

Can I ask what is difference between these two items other than the …Can I ask what is difference between these two items other than the missing hard drive, https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F124060443637


Are these the same.items just no hard drive.
> 1.) approximately how many days recording will 1TB record on 4 cameras is it a loop system so it overwrites automatically .
The system can be setup so that it only records video when motion is deleted. This save a lot of hard disk space and also means finding foot easier.
davidduff33425/01/2020 15:13

Yeah its hard wired and a great app for your phone [Image]


Got to say the picture quality looks pretty poor to me and this is in daylight. You get what you pay for I guess.
ristac25/01/2020 16:46

Got to say the picture quality looks pretty poor to me and this is in …Got to say the picture quality looks pretty poor to me and this is in daylight. You get what you pay for I guess.



the phone app only displays the SD (low res) channel by default when on mobile data. on wifi you can select HD. While on the unit itself you can change the recording quality settings for both the channels, on each camera, for resolution and compression and fps either to get better picture, or to save on storage/bandwidth. (this is all standard stuff for cctv)
MynameisM25/01/2020 15:01

Thanks for excellent information, if you could answer a bit more would …Thanks for excellent information, if you could answer a bit more would really appreciate it if you are able to answer fee more questions. 1.) approximately how many days recording will 1TB record on 4 cameras is it a loop system so it overwrites automatically .2.) For example say there was a certain incident 2-3 days ago how easy would it be too find out without going through all the video is there anyway to find say extra movement than normal etc quickly via a search with looking at whole video footage.3.) Can you set up cameras too start stop recording via app and is there option too via live feed if it's connected too internet.4.) Would you be able too see a number plate from say 30-50 meters away in day/night times or is that difficult.


how many days is kind of like asking how long is a piece of string. it is down to how much movement there is (because the video is compressed) and what resolution and frame rate you set the camera's to record at. As rough idea i think you might get 5-7 days recording for all 4 cameras at 24x7 with the default settings. It will loop recordings, by deleting the oldest, when it runs out of space.

as Kramaring mentions you can set it to record only on motion detection (or have some cameras doing that and others recording 24x7, or whatever time frame you chose, eg daytime, nightime hours etc, it is very configurable when you work out all the menus and configuration options, which can take a while esp if you don't have any previous cctv system experience )

i have three cameras recording 24x7 1080p at 12fps, two at the standard (compression) setting, and the third at higher quality (ie less compression) and get about 28days constant recording until it loops on a 4tb HDD.

I dont think you would pick up a moving number plate at 30+ meters, and definitely not at night.

from the phone app you can view the live feed, and also the current days recording (but not previous days). you can also record the stream you are watching, and take still photo's stored onto your phone,
Edited by: "m1kes" 25th Jan
m1kes25/01/2020 17:36

how many days is kind of like asking how long is a piece of string. it is …how many days is kind of like asking how long is a piece of string. it is down to how much movement there is (because the video is compressed) and what resolution and frame rate you set the camera's to record at. As rough idea i think you might get 5-7 days recording for all 4 cameras at 24x7 with the default settings. It will loop recordings, by deleting the oldest, when it runs out of space.as Kramaring mentions you can set it to record only on motion detection (or have some cameras doing that and others recording 24x7, or whatever time frame you chose, eg daytime, nightime hours etc, it is very configurable when you work out all the menus and configuration options, which can take a while esp if you don't have any previous cctv system experience )i have three cameras recording 24x7 1080p at 12fps, two at the standard (compression) setting, and the third at higher quality (ie less compression) and get about 28days constant recording until it loops on a 4tb HDD.I dont think you would pick up a moving number plate at 30+ meters, and definitely not at night.from the phone app you can view the live feed, and also the current days recording (but not previous days). you can also record the stream you are watching, and take still photo's stored onto your phone,


Thanks Shane the deal is expired,know the link I posted above from eBay is that the same one but refubshed and no hard drive I might get that after all this information seems good enough for me. I was thinking a parked vehicle not moving if that makes any difference just trying figure out if I can recognise a face about that distance away from my property if it is place really high up say 10m from ground level.
Off topic, but has anyone got experience of similar systems by Foscam / Floureon? I'm after a wireless setup as haven't got the access for LAN cables with these types of installs.
Be warned, I bought two systems from the same manufacturer and they both died a week apart just after two years
red1625/01/2020 13:34

Interesting. Is it hard wired?Anyone know if they're any good?Can you …Interesting. Is it hard wired?Anyone know if they're any good?Can you access it remotely on a phone app or anything?


Have installed several Sannce cctv kits. They are very user friendly and easy to install for the competent DIYer.
How to get that price ??? Mine show 159.99
Has this expired know.
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