Beckman made thirteen carbon dioxide atmospheric analysis systems used by NASA in the Mercury flights.
The mounted photograph is captioned: "Beckman Hypoxia Warning System - consisting of sensor, amplifier, and readout - monitors oxygen partial pressure in aircraft, space capsules, environmental chambers, and other closed atmospheres." The image of the sensor bears the stamp "14TAD351-2" on the reverse.
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