eLynx Introduces Cost-Effective Alarming Device with True Worldwide Coverage

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Tulsa-based eLynx Technologies, the leading provider of web-based monitoring and field automation services to the oil and gas industry, introduces i4D to the market. The i4D is a four-input discrete alarming device that uses Iridium’s global satellite network for its communication, so it can be used in even the most remote locations.

Limited cellular and radio infrastructure will no longer be a problem in receiving, acknowledging, and reacting to alarms.

Tulsa-based eLynx Technologies, the leading provider of web-based monitoring and field automation services to the oil and gas industry, introduces i4D to the market. The i4D is a four-input discrete alarming device that uses Iridium’s global satellite network for its communication, so it can be used in even the most remote locations.

The i4D antenna only has to have a view of the open sky in order to communicate status changes associated with compressors, tank levels, pumps, and any other well site equipment. Real-time alarm notifications are then transmitted to operators via text, email or voice callout.

Reliability is critical with alarming devices. The i4D has two built-in features that enable operators to rely on it for their critical alarming needs. The device will transmit a signal once a week to let you know it is functioning and the device will send its battery level every time it transmits data.

“The i4D is in high demand where critical alarms have to get through to the operators,” said Ray McDaniel, Manager of Sales Engineering for eLynx. “Limited cellular and radio infrastructure will no longer be a problem in receiving, acknowledging, and reacting to alarms.”
About eLynx

Since 2000, eLynx Technologies has provided real-time data collection, production reporting, trending, well monitoring and control via the Internet for the oil and gas industry. The company services more than 300 exploration and production companies and operates in more than 25 states. Headquartered in Tulsa, eLynx also has support offices throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Wyoming, North Dakota, and West Virginia.

About Iridium
Iridium Communications Inc. (http://www.iridium.com) is the only mobile satellite service (MSS) company offering coverage over the entire globe. The Iridium constellation of low-Earth orbiting (LEO) cross-linked satellites provides critical voice and data services for areas not served by terrestrial communication networks. Iridium serves commercial markets through a worldwide network of distributors, and provides services to the U.S. Department of Defense and other U.S. and international government agencies. The Company's customers represent a broad spectrum of industry, including maritime, aeronautical, government/defense, public safety, utilities, oil/gas, mining, forestry, heavy equipment and transportation. Iridium has launched a major development program for its next-generation satellite constellation, Iridium NEXT. The Company is headquartered in McLean, Va., U.S.A. and trades on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbols IRDM (common stock), IRDMW ($7.00 warrants), IRDMZ ($11.50 warrants) and IRDMU (units).

For additional information regarding oil and gas automation and remote field management, visit http://www.elynxtech.com or call Phyllis Shelton at 918-496-8500.

SOURCE: eLynx Technologies, LLC

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