Group of six pieces of Apollo hardware:
Apollo CSM SPS Cryogenic Hose used in the propellant pressurization system (helium), comprising several flexible braided metal hoses connected via stiff piping, marked on a metal tag: "ME271-0091-0078, Rev. A-03, MBC P/N 73622-018, Rev. D, S/N 16519-003, 180 PSI Proof, 2-76."
Late model Apollo Command Module electrical wiring cover used to protect cables routed throughout the spacecraft, measuring 4″ x 7″ x 1.5″, marked on the front with part numbers, "V57-400184-901, V57-400184-3, 06362 PAE1200." The side is marked, "V57-400184-11, 102NC73."
Apollo Block I Command Module Signal Conditioner Power Supply, measuring 4.75″ x 4.5″ x 3″, marked: "Power Supply Module, 512-3124-032, Part of 683E." A small hour counter on the front, indicating "58" hours, is marked as "ASSY 512-2674-003, 13499, 026720310155."
Pair of two Apollo Command/Service Module Helium Disconnects, each measuring approximately 6″ long and 1.5″ in diameter, both sealed in plastic. The Pur-O-Lator Products tag on one reads: "This unit has been cleaned per PPSC103-6068D equivalent to your Spec. #MA0610-004 for SPS service…Part Name: Socket Assy, S/N 064810000036, Contr. No. NAS9-150," with a date of August 1, 1969. The body of the other identifies it as "Coupling - Class 2 Helium 5/8″ Fill Disconnect."
Apollo Block II Overcurrent Sensor and Transfer Switch. The early Apollo Block II Overcurrent Sensor measures 3.75″ x 3.25″ x 3.5″, with a Kinetics tag on one side, reading, "Overcurrent Sensor, Ser 0027, 8-30-66, 4029000-1"; another label on the side reads, "Switch, Power, Overcurrent Relay, NAA/S & ID Control No. ME452-0055-0006, Contr. No. NAS9-150." The transfer switch measures 3.25″ x 3.25″ x 2″, with a Kinetics tag on the side, reading: "Switch, Power Transfer, NAA/S & ID Control No. ME452-0036-0009, Contr. No. NAS 9-150."
In overall fine condition.