TeleDevices, LLC (TDL) engineers designed, tested and manufactured the C-130H aircraft's Advanced Lighting Control System (ALCS) to provide form, fit and functional replacement
for the legacy ALCS which encountered serious parts obsolescence issues as well as lack of Technical Data Package (TDP).
C-130H ALCS is an airborne system used by the USAF, and TDL performed all engineering tasks in-house at our facility in Duluth, GA.
TDL's design of the new ALCS involved diverse engineering capabilities such as software/firmware development, Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) design,
VHDL, DC- DC converters, micro-controllers, PCB design, mechanical engineering, production et cetera.
Modernized C-130H ALCS was fully tested in the TDL's lab to verify the functionality according to ATP, it was then
tested on a C130H aircraft at Peterson AFB.
TDL undertook redesign, fabrication of ALCS units, performed training, debugging/repairs, ATP/ATR development, Automatic Test System development, and TDP development—which included
delivery of Engineering Drawings in accordance with the USAF drawing requirements.