LTS LTN8608-P8 8 Channel 4K Professional Plus Network Video Recorder - No HDD included

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  • LTS LTN8608-P8 8 Channel 4K Professional Plus Network Video Recorder - No HDD included
  • LTS Security LTN8608-P8
  • LTS Security LTN8608-P8
  • 3 Years Limited Manufacturer Warranty
  • LTS Security LTN8608-P8
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LTS LTN8608-P8 8ch Professional Plus Network Video Recorder

The stand-alone or embedded LTS LTN8608-P8 Platinum Professional Level 8 Channel NVR 1U comes in a single, compact enclosure with no specific hardware or software required. This NVR is connectable to a maximum of 8 network cameras with up to 6 Megapixels resolution. The device supports Recording Bandwidth of 80Mbps in real time recording of 8 cameras. Digital zoom is available in live view and playback mode. The built in PoE network switch allows cameras to be connected directly to the NVR eliminating the need for additional hardware.

With the storage interface of 2 SATA HDDs up to 12TB, the NVR allows long term recording and retention. The 8 channel Synchronous playback feature allows the user to view video footage at a specific point of time from multiple cameras simultaneously. The front panel consists of status indicators, USB interface, composite keys, IR receiver and control buttons. LTS LTN8608-P8 Platinum Professional Level 8 Channel NVR 1U can be controlled by mouse, front panel or with the optional IR remote control.

Key Features:

  • Storage-Interface Of 2 SATA Hard Drive with up to 12TB
  • HDMI and VGA Video Output: Offers seamless connection to a local monitor
  • H.264/H.264 Zip+, H.265 Ready video Compression: Reduces file size, maximizes recording time and saves hard drive space.
  • 80Mbps Recording Bandwidth: Supports real time Network Camera Recording of 8 cameras
  • 8 Built-in PoE Network Switch: Allows cameras to be connected directly to the NVR eliminating the need for additional hardware
  • Quad-core 8 Channel Network Video Recorder
  • Support Live View, Storage, and Playback up to 12.3MP IP Camera
  • 4K (3840x2160) HDMI, VGA, CVBS Video Output
  • 4 POS via TCP/IP
  • Support 6MP / 12.3MP Fisheye
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Additional Information

LTS Security
Product Type:
Recorder Technology:
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
3-year Manufacturer Warranty
Hard Drive Ports:
2 SATA Ports
Number of camera channels:
8 camera channels
4K Support:
Max. Incoming Bandwidth:
Max. Recording Resolution:
Max. Recording Resolution:
Max. Recording Resolution:
Max. Recording Resolution:
Max. Recording Resolution:
Max. Recording Resolution:
Max. Recording Resolution:
8MP (4K)
Max. Recording Resolution:
Outgoing Bandwidth:
256 Mbps
Rack Unit (U):
Number of PoE Ports:
8 PoE Ports
Video Output:
1x VGA
Video Output:
Video Output:
Max. Storage Capacity:
12 TB
Pre-Installed Storage (Recorders):
No HDD included
ePoE Technology:
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    William W.

    Nov 8th 2017

    Affordable depending on the money you want to spend. The DVR is great and the video quality is what you expect. The cameras have set up capture in 4K. the recorder plays it flawlessly. The problem I faced was because of the 4K cameras I needed a large storage space. I found the hard drives at a cheaper rate but had to wait around two weeks for delivery. It was something I expected beforehand and had to plan accordingly so I didn’t blow my budget.

  • 5
    Jay S.

    Nov 2nd 2017

    Lowers your need for equipment. The favorite part of this recorder for me is the face of it. You can playback video straight from the recorder. No need to attach or export the file to a computer. This works great as you can easily go over footage while the recorder keeps recording and don’t need to turn a system on. Behind a cramped counter this is great to have. More so I didn’t need to change my monitor the recorder hooks up to VGA. The network switch helped keep the cost down. All we had to do was switch out the old recorder.

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