The pictures above have been used in conjunction with descriptions in various reports as information sources to infer a floor plan of the twin ACE-SC Control Rooms and a panel layout of the control consoles.
The pictures 1, 2, 3 and 4 are drawings and pictures of the ACE-CSM Control Room. The pictures 5, 6, 7 and 8 are photos of the ACE-LM Control Room. The floor plans of those control rooms are almost identical. Therefore the picures of the ACE-LM Control Room have been used to draw conclusions about the panel layout of the consoles which were used to checkout the Service Propulsion and the Reaction Control System of the ACE-CSM Control Room.
Not all station panels could be identified, in the pictures shown above many panels were obscured by stations in the foreground. These panels have been indicated with the comment "UNKNOWN" in the sections 2b, 2c and 2d.
The sources 4 through 8 are providing information about how the ACE-SC Control Rooms have been used and are therefore providing context on the appearances of the various consoles and their panel layout.
Website: "Apollo Launch Control, An exploration of the Launch Control Center and Firing Room Equipment at Kennedy Space Center"
by Jonathan Ward
Countdown to a Moon Launch
Preparing Apollo for Its Historic Journey
by Jonathan Ward
Website: "Capcom Espace, L'Encyclopédie de l'espace"
by Didier Capdevila
YouTube presentation by Anthony Vidaña about the ACE system at the North American Rockwell plant in Downey (California) where the Apollo CSM was built.
ACE-S/C Operator's Manual
Acceptance Checkout Equipment-Spacecraft
General Electric, Apollo Support Department
Daytona Beach, Florida, March 1966
Final Report Voyager Spacecraft. Phase D, Task D
Volume IV, Book 2 of 5:
Engineering Tasks: Applicability of Apollo Checkout Equipment
Prepared by: General Electric
For: George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
October 16, 1967
"Checkout criteria and requirements for manned spacecraft"
By Rolf W. Lanzkron and William C. Fischer
Apollo Spacecraft Program Office
NASA Manned Spacecraft Center
Paper presented at the "Support for Manned Flight Conference", April 1965
Apollo Experience Report Acceptance Checkout Equipment For The Apollo Spacecraft
NASA Technical Note NASA TN D-6736
by I.J. Burtzlaff
Manned Spacecraft Center
Houston, Texas, March 1972