Wire clamp and screw clamp assembled onto a Teflon base.
Although originally thought to be a wire harness assembly aid, further research has found that it is a bracket for an explosive device simulator. For circuit
tests, a dummy device was substituted for the actual explosive device. This bracket would hold that dummy device, and its wire harness, for testing.
Explosive devices were used for opening valves, deploying structures, and breaking connections
Made by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation for use on the Lunar Module program.
Grumman part number LDW420-12386-1.
New spare part.
This item came from the Charles Bell estate. Bell was a NASA employee at the Kennedy Space Center and a lifelong collector of space