Lot 544: Four items: first, a circular Acco Helicoid gauge, serial no. Z71190, 5.75? in diameter, made by the Acco Helicoid Gauge Company. Gauge is calibrated from 0 to 6000, has a NASA/KSC label affixed to the face, and a NASA KSC Cleaned label, dated March 10, 1985, affixed to the glass cover. The two calibration seals on the reverse are intact. In fine condition. Second, a circular Safecase Master Test gauge, serial no. Z81747, 6.25? in diameter, made by the Marsh Instrument Company. Gauge is calibrated from 0 to 6000, has a NASA/KSC label affixed to the face, and a NASA KSC Cleaned label, dated September 17, 1983, affixed to the glass cover. The two calibration seals on the reverse are worn, but remain intact. In fine condition. Third, a NASA rack component, 19 x 19, being a single drawer of a multi-drawer system which converted inputted individual communications channels and combined them onto a Microwave or Radio Frequency link between two ground stations. Component has an affixed label reading, "NAS 10-10792," made by EMR, and has two removable circuits, and meters for the Sub-Carrier Level and Percentage Bandage. And fourth, a rack-mountable calibrator, circa 1970s-80s, 19 x 3.5 x 5, with four inputs and two knobs on the front. Service tag affixed to the top identifies the device as a "6625-NSL Calibrator." This device was used to calibrate test equipment. Various scattered marks and adhesive remnants, otherwise fine condition.
RR Auction's Fine Autographs and Artifacts Auction 456
Wednesday, 15th July 2015
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