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Visualization Software Service. Alerton is a pioneer and an industry leader in providing building management solutions. Visual Logic Controllers.

Alerton VisualLogic Display (VLD) is a communicating sensor/controller with built-in humidity sensor and optional wireless capability. It combines the functionality of a VisualLogic Controller (VLC) with a programmable user interface display.

Electrical inputs and outputs wire directly to field equipment, and the control sequence is programmable using Envision for BACtalk’s direct digital control (DDC) language, VisualLogic. DDC is programmed and downloaded to the controller using an Envision for BACtalk operator workstation.

Operational information and control data is available to other building controllers and systems through the BACnet protocol (ANSI/ASHRAE standard). Coda 2 0 9 Keygen Generator Crack. This enables a VLD to share data and execute commands initiated from other BACnet-compliant devices.

Alerton is totally committed to helping you get the best performance from your buildings. Alerton is a pioneer and an industry leader in providing building management solutions for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment for all types and sizes of buildings. We also help simplify building management by integrating fire, life safety, lighting, access management and other building systems.

You’ll find our proven solutions in thousands of buildings around the world. Alerton has led the way in developing products based on a standard open communication protocol to give building owners flexibility in their building solutions. We were the first to: • Pioneer Direct Digital Controls (DDC) technology • Offer a Windows®-based operator's workstation • Offer an intelligent zone sensor—the Microset™ • Offer a top-to-bottom native BACnet® system.

Below are two options for downloading Visual Logic version 2.2.10 ( for use only with the the purchase of a PIN code.) When you run Visual Logic, you will be asked to browse to your VLSig file. The VLSig file will provide an electronic signature to authenticate your work. (If you have a USB thumb drive, you can save both Visual Logic and your VLSig file on your thumb drive and then you can run Visual Logic directly from the thumb drive.) Option #1: Right-click to download version 2.2.10 of Visual Logic. If you are having problems downloading, you can use a different web browser (such as Mozilla FireFox) or you can get the ZIP file from option #2 below. Option #2: Right-click to download a ZIP file containing version 2.2.10. You can save the ZIP file to your machine and then unzip the file to get the executable.