Motion - Gad Spot

GadSpot NC1000-W10

Works well, Wireless, as IR uses standard CCTV lens.

  • netcam_url http://CAMERA_IP/GetData.cgi (for a video stream)
  • netcam_url http://CAMERA_IP/Jpeg/CamImg.jpg (for a video stream)
-- EvilPete - 09 Sep 2005

More info and firmware can be found at http://the-b.org/wiki/NC1000-W10

-- KennyRoot - 13 June 2007

GadSpot GS1200G

Works OK. Video consumes about 4Mbits/sec.

  • netcam_url http://CAMERA_IP/cgi-bin/getimage.cgi?motion=1 (for Video)
  • netcam_url http://CAMERA_IP/cgi-bin/getimage.cgi?motion=0 (for snapshot)
  • netcam_url http://CAMERA_IP/cgi-bin/getaudio.cgi (for audio...just in case)
-- Ajay - 04 Oct 2006

There is documentation available for the GS1200 API at http://www.gadspot.com/download/GS1200/GS1200_SDK.zip

GadSpot NC800

works, but not too well, seems to overheat, 10/100 Twisted pair network and has IR "nightvision" for under $100. based on the SQ610 chip

prototype specs: http://www.sq.com.tw/product/IC/resources/sq610d/SQ610_UserGuide_PV2.2_2005JUL04.pdf

but not the same board, if you willing to do some soldering you can get a serial link into the device.

Upd by AF: It's not wireless. See http://gadspot.com/product_info.php?&products_id=29

  • netcam_url http://CAMERA_IP//snapshot.html (for a Jpeg snapshot)
I have a patch/hack for to get a video stream for those that are intrested ( a program that runs as a child process that converts the non-HTML video stream into a HTML'ize stream )

I would not recomend this cam yet ( not untill many firmware issues are addressed and fixed )

-- EvilPete - 09 Sep 2005

-- JaviPardo - 15 Nov 2005
GadSpot NC800 not are wireless, have IR and only works with Internet Explorer.

The original name os NC800 are SQ610 and found the web http://www.sq.com.tw

Snapshot works with this script
http://lavrsen.dk/foswiki/pub/Motion/NetcamMjpegStreamDumps/Gadspot-NC800.php.txt from Angel Carpintero

Posible Stream video but have bad header
  • http://CAMERA_IP/cgi-bin/Stream?Video
-- JaviPardo - 15 Nov 2005

Yup, i've been using it for a streaming feed.

Here some simple perl code that reads the vid stream. This outputs a HTTP MJPEG stream: nc800-stream.pl.txt

and this will save 25 Jpeg images from the stream: nc800-frames.pl.txt

-- EvilPete - 20 Dec 2005
Topic revision: r1 - 04 Oct 2009, JuanJosePablos
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