LEO-Link AGM Satellite Tracking:

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 Model: LEO-LINK (Version 1.0) 

The LEO-Link provides a means for tracking pigs at difficult to access locations such as swamps, mountainous terrain and other locations where access is problematic.
Provides safety for the pig tracking personnel by allowing day time pre-sets for night time tracking. 

LEO-Link Next to AGM

LEO-Link placed next to the AGM or as far away as 100 to 150 feet  (with clear line of sight access) .


  • The Leo-Link unit can be used with the Model: DM3 AGM to provide accurate  Real-Time Pig Passage data remotely.

  •  Accurate Pig Passage data are relayed via Low Earth Orbit Satellites and then emailed to addresses of your choice including SMS text messages.

  • Connects to the AGM using wireless Bluetooth® technology.

  • Provides TRUE pig passage Time and Date. Other systems provide only approximate passage times which can be in error as much as 30 minutes.

  • Accurate pig passage times can help provide better flow rate calculation results.

  • Ideal for Multi tool runs where 22Hz and Magnetic are used.

  • Works with any ELF transmitter in range 10Hz to 30Hz.

  • Works with MFL or magnet equipped pigs of any kind.

  • Can be used with Dual Mode AGM Tracking. The type of passage -- 22Hz (ELF) or Magnetic -- is identified and reported.

  • Provides Latitude and Longitude of location.

  • The report provides Battery Status, and Type of signal received, including the frequency of the received ELF signal.

  • Does NOT require a computer to be deployed in the field.

  • Pairs with any Model DM3 AGM by simply pressing the one button control and entering Pairing Mode (two blue flashes of the LED).  The LEO-Link does the rest. 

  • Truly Portable with NO wiring between boxes.

  • Software is available to receive a coded satellite email, interpret it, and then broadcast plain English email reports to all interested parties.

  • Very competitively priced.

  • Long Battery Life.

  • Compact: size (L-W-H) 9.25" (24cm) - 3.5" (8.9cm) - 3.25" (8.3cm) including connector.

  • Light-weight: about 2.3 lbs or 1.05 kg including batteries.

  • Powered by a two D cell alkaline battery (about 500 hours of operation)  and four AA cells (about 2 years).

  • LEO-Link Operating temperature range: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)

  • The GlobalStar® Satellite subscription service is not included in the price. Pre-paid service packages are avilable, 

The NEW LEO-Link now sends a full graphic report to the user.

LEO-Link_ELF Pass

The New LEO-Link now sends a graphic report containing all the data about the event. This allows the user to decide with confidence that the triggered event was indeed a pig passage event or random false trigger.

The graphic report example shows a classic Continuous ELF Transmitter pig passage.  All timing information is precise and is NOT just a server time stamp as is the case with so many other systems that only provide a text report.

World Wide Coverage Map

Map shows the areas of the world where LEO-Link could be used.

This map indicates areas of potential satellite coverage only. Actual availability of service in any particular country may be subject to government approval.

©Copyright 2011 Hans Wedemeyer, Houston, Texas, U.S.A. All Rights Reserved.

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