Look at your building automation system as the gathering place, the repository of all operating data and information related to your building. Whether it is temperature history, utility metering, trend data, or comfort measurement, your WebCTRL® system effectively packages the information you need for management of your facilities. Automated Logic is a world leader in energy solutions, constantly creating new technology that makes it easier than ever to analyze, understand and properly manage your facility from a variety of devices.


Energy savings and conservation have become top priorities in the public and private sectors.

Facility managers know that saving on energy costs often comes at the expense of comfort. Comfort levels have been linked to productivity, employee absence and even successful classroom learning. Its vital for facility managers to strike a balance between savings and comfort.

That’s where the WebCTRL® Energy Report comes in, with features like setpoint optimization, trending information, thermographic color floor plans and demand reduction, it not only saves
you energy, it lowers costs — all while maintaining the most favorable level of occupant comfort.


The WebCTRL® building automation system’s open architecture and support for industry standards make integration with third-party mechanical and electrical building subsystems easy. The WebCTRL® system is capable of supporting multiple protocols over a TCP/IP network, allowing many pieces of equipment to be connected directly to the main WebCTRL® system backbone. Equipment using BACnet can be connected to an IP, ARCNET, or MS/TPnetwork segment. Automated Logic’s Open Systems Integration allows for seamless interconnection to equipment using BACnet, Modbus® interface units, N2, JBUS® digital electronic devices, or LonWorks® network software, as well as an extensive list of proprietary protocols.

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