LTS default password for IP cameras, DVRs, or NVRs depends on the model numbers and make. Their
earlier equipment is already activated and comes with a username and a password.
Meanwhile, the latest models are inactivated and the user sets its own password the first time the device is connected to the network. If it’s a camera connected to the NVR, then the camera will automatically get the same password as the recorder.
LTS Default Password
- Username: admin and password: 12345
- Username: admin and password: LTS12345
- Username: admin and password: admin
If none of those work, then the default password was changed or you’re using a new version of LTS devices that come without any default password. The system prompts you to create a password the first time you run the camera or the NVR.
If you’re using an IP camera connected to an NVR and for some reason you want to access the camera directly via the web browser, then you should try to use the same password as the NVR. When cameras get plugged into the NVR, they’ll self-activate and get the same password as the recorder.
The default IP address for LTS cameras is 220.127.116.11 and the configuration can be done using the SADP tool which is the Hikvision camera tool (that’s because the LTS are in fact Hikvision OEM running on customized firmware).
How to reset LTS devices
If you can’t access your camera or recorder using the default password, then you should try to reset them. For LTS cameras the reset is quite easy, inspect or open up the camera and locate the reset button. Most likely it will be embedded on the motherboard, although some camera’s versions have it located at the back.
Once you see the reset button, power off the camera, then power it on again, and right away press and hold the reset button for 20 seconds. Then release it. The camera will reboot and it will revert to factory defaults. Try to use the default passwords or create a new one. Resetting the camera will erase all the settings, but not the footage on the microSD cards.
To reset an LTS DVR or NVR involves clicking the “Forget Password” on the screen and going through the steps to reset it via the security questions. If you can’t do that, then you should export the Password Reset Request via the SADP tool and send the file to your seller. When received, they’ll send you back a reset file that you have to apply via the SADP tool. That allows you to create a new password.
Keep in mind, LTS doesn’t directly support the end-users. You should contact your reseller or dealer, not LTS directly. When contacting your seller, ensure you have the serial number of the device and proof of purchase. In some cases, they may need to remotely access your unit via a computer to perform the reset procedure.
How to find the IP address of LTS devices
LTS IP cameras, DVRs, or NVRs are in fact Hikvision OEM versions that they sell under their own brands. To locate the IP address, use the SADP tool and have the camera connected to the same network.
So, install the SADP tool on the laptop (download it here), connect the camera or recorder to the same router/switch where the laptop is getting the internet. Then simply scan the network via the SADP tool, and all the found devices will be listed over there. Now you can modify the IP address, gateway, subnet masks, etc.