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Automated Logic Releases New Version Of WebCTRL® Building Automation System
Atlanta, GA - Automated Logic announced the release of its latest version of WebCTRL, the company's web-based building control technology. The new version features interactive logic pages, enhanced support for legacy systems, new reports and manual commands for fast access to system data, and great enhancements to the overall speed of WebCTRL.
WebCTRL was first introduced at the 1999 AHR Exposition and previous versions already included such features as hierarchical scheduling, alarming, and trending - all available through a browser without the need for special software or plug-ins. WebCTRL can provide a multi-lingual operator interface, a spreadsheet-based report generator and full legacy support, allowing users who purchased ALC systems as far back as 1985 to step up to WebCTRL without replacing their field hardware.
WebCTRL is still one of the most flexible products on the market with its ability to communicate with BACnet®, LonWorks® and MODBUS-dedicated hardware, run on all major server platforms, including Microsoft® Windows®, Linux, and Sun® Solaris™, and support all major database servers, including MS SQL Server, My SQL, and Oracle®.
For over 25 years, Automated Logic has been a leader in providing intuitive, innovative building control solutions for thousands of buildings worldwide. They set the standard in graphical programming and graphical user interface; their systems utilize native BACnet communications for true interoperability; and with open architecture they have defined new levels of operational freedom and flexibility. And now, with WebCTRL, users can fully access and control building schedules, setpoints, trends, alarms, and other building functions from virtually any computer or wireless device, anywhere in the world.
For more information visit www.automatedlogic.com
San Antonio's Alamo Controls Restores BAS in 18th Century Cathedral
Atlanta, GA and San Antonio, TX - October 29, 2002- Alamo Controls, Inc., a systems and service provider of Automated Logic Corporation, recently provided the HVAC automation for the overhaul of the mechanical and electrical systems in the San Fernando Cathedral, the oldest Catholic cathedral in the United States in continuous service. This is part of a multi-phase $16 million renovation and stabilization of the cathedral that is needed to preserve the historic structure.
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