In these plots, both hybrids are shown as 480 continuous anodes. Anodes 1-240 represent anodes on the NEAR side, if you place the ladder in front of you, with the four wafer half-ladder to the left: ----------------------------------------------------- | 480 241 | 480 241 | 480 241 | 480 241 | ----------------------------------------------------- | | | | | | Wafer 1 | Wafer 2 | Wafer 3 | Wafer 4 | 3 wafer 1/2ladder-> | | | | | | | | | | ------------------------------------------------------ | 1 240 | 1 240 | 1 240 | 1 240 | ------------------------------------------------------ So, your wafer 7 corresponds to my wafer 1, and so on. From this picture, anodes 1-240 represent the SOUTH side of the ladder, and anodes 241-480 respresent NORTH. So, hybrid 1 in plots represents south, and hybrid 2 represents north, if you match pedestals. So, the hybrids are reversed with respect to the standard geometry.

Year1 Ladder, 4-wafer half ladder, wafer#1, hybrids D09-D11, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 2:07 p.m.

Year1 Ladder, 4-wafer half ladder, wafer#2, hybrids D05-D7, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 3:21 p.m.

Year1 Ladder, 4-wafer half ladder, wafer#3, hybrids D03-D6, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 3:25 p.m.

Year1 Ladder, 4-wafer half ladder, wafer#4, hybrids D02-D1, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 3:32 p.m.

Year1 Ladder, 3-wafer half ladder, wafer#7, hybrids D14-D15, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 4:06 p.m.

Year1 Ladder, 3-wafer half ladder, wafer#6, hybrids D10-D12, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 4:10 p.m.

Year1 Ladder, 3-wafer half ladder, wafer#5, hybrids D04-D08, 1500V, 9/14/1999, 4:12 p.m.