Uncommon pair of Apollo CM Guidance and Navigation Computer Buffer Units, one of which is sealed in a Grumman Aerospace inspection bag, both measuring 6 x 4 x 6, with three connection ports labeled “J200,” “J202,” and “J203,” an orange light, and a power switch on the front. Both feature a parts tag affixed to the right side, which reads, “Computer Buffer Unit, Guidance and Navigation, NAA/S & ID Control No. ME901-0666-0001…Motorola Part No. 01-24340F02," with differing Motorola Serial Nos. of "A101” and "1." The bag for sealed unit features original inspection label dated July 1, 1970. In overall very good to fine condition. The Computer Buffer Unit was part of a system of pre-flight ground check out equipment to confirm the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) was fully operational for the lunar mission.
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