Saturn V Launch Control Room RCA 110A Computer BoardThis is a NASA Apollo Saturn V Mission Launch Control Circuit Board from an (Radio Corporation of America) RCA 110A Digital Computer. During the Apollo launches of the Saturn V Moon Rocket the Kennedy Space Center used an RCA 110A digital computer to check out and evaluate the progress of the official countdown of the mission to the Moon.
This artifact was originally a critical component at the heart of this RCA computer system.
The official NASA documentation reads:
SATURN GROUND COMPUTER SYSTEM
General: The Saturn Ground Computer System consists of the RCA 110A Control Computer, it's peripheral input/output devices, and associated checkout and control equipment.
These elements combine to provide a system capable of:
This item has 14 discreet kovar can digital switching transistors. The circuit board is conformally coated with a clear flexible silicone layer to protect it from the Florida coasts high humidity.
There is a triangular shaped NASA certification stamp on the component side of this electronic device and it uses a series of gold contacts on the lower edge for electrical interface.
The dimensions are about 8.8 inches long by 4.25 inches wide.
All components are Space Rated for the highest reliability.
ASSY RCA2110064-504 SERIAL NO. 12230 RCA 2163970-2
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