Welcome on Texel F.C.G Technology
We are leading the fields of Micro Electronics and Optics, with futuristic thinking and years of experience
We Realizied an industrial need for our company.
By using cutting edge machinery, techniques, and an unmatched professional team.
Texel F.C.G Technologies is the only Israeli company that is able to offer such a unique set of services, at such a professional level. Each service and product is tailor-made to perfectly fit our clients needs.
Entrepreneurial thinking is the basis of our thinking, and one of the key assets that sets us apart and far ahead of any competition. Using our unique and leading expertise, we combine and merge with our clientâs initial idea, continue the brainstorming process, and together, take it the further in its thinking, and all the way in its creation- all perfectly tailored to our clientâs needs.
In order to provide complete solutions to our customers we pay a great importance to the mechanical design process, using the most leading CAD platforms with 3D modeling, analysis and simulation technologies.
As the Hi-Tech markets become more and more tight with schedules and time-to-market, the importance of fast delivery prototypes is most significant. We will provide you fast turn-around process achieving minimum time from schematics to working sample.
Whether you require a layout design or a full turn-Key solution, we will translate your requirements and ideas into products with full attention about the quality and the time schedule.
From initial idea to final product, and from material selection to actual assembling of microelectronics
for Particle Detection, Electron Microscopy, X-Ray and UV Imaging.
Texel offers phosphor screens in P43, P22, P46 and P47 that allow the two-dimensional, visual detection of electrons, protons, heavy ions, x-rays and UV-light. Our standard phosphor screens perfectly match with our MCPÂ´s with active diameter of 18, 25, 40 and 75 mm see MCP-Types datasheet (336) 220-1454 and they also match with the MCPÂ´s from Hamamatsu, Photonis, Burle and other MCP suppliers. Custom specific types are developed and produced on request.
The phosphor coating is prepared by brushing process. The phosphor grains are agitated through a sieve or muslin gauze upon the plate which has been coated with some kind of binder. The phosphor is then brushed into the binder layer. The result in an adhesive bonding of the phosphor grains with high compressed density. Our brushing process leads to a very homogeneous layer structure.
The screens are stable under ultrahigh vacuum (UHV) conditions and can resist temperatures up to +200Â°C without problems. This stability is needed for the outgassing of a vacuum system to reach ultra high vacuum levels.
The screen structure:
For TOF measurement, Electron Micoscopy, Particle Imaging and Surface Analysis available as setup to be mounted by customer or ready mounted in a high vacuum Flange or high vacuum Viewport or for replacement of bare MCPs.
A micro channel plate (MCP) is a lead glass plate including an array of electron multipliers with diameter of the tube in the range of 4-50 Âµm in parallel with thousands of other tubes. The length of a multiplier tube correspond to the thickness of the glass plate. The aspect ratio of the MCP is the length/diameter ratio of the channels. The channel axes are biased by a small angle (6Â° to 12Â°) to optimize the secondary electron emission in the channels. Under the influence of a supplied high voltage electrons are accelerated in the channels and hit the wall. A single electron is multiplied by a factor of 3-5. An MCP with an aspect ratio of 40:1 amplifies the electrons typical by a factor of more than 10000. So a single channel can be understood as a dynode continuous structure of a photomultiplier tube.
Texel offers MCPÂ´s for different applications in image and detection mode. It is possible to image electrons, positrons, protons, heavy ions, x-rays, XUV, VUV- and UV-radiation and measure position, cluster parameters, TOF and Ion- contribution depending on customers HV and readout system used.
Additional information is available in the MCP-Types datasheet Download PDF.
Several MCP detector types are available based on the MCP types which we offer. The MCP detectors could be assembled as single, double and triple MCP setup with metal anode or phosphor screen. As detector unit free mountable in your vacuum system or mounted in CF High Vacuum flange or Viewport.
To be able to select the part number please check our MCP-Detector-Types datasheet Download PDF.
Texel offers open MCP detectors with metal anode for different applications in counting mode. It is possible to count electrons, positrons, protons, heavy ions, x-rays, VUV- and UV-radiation and measure the TOF parameters. Due to the assembly in Ultra-High-Vacuum flanges (CF-Flange) it is possible to integrate the system in any analytic instrument which is based on the CF standard. On request it is also possible to integrate the systems on other flange standards like ISO-K, ASA or custom specific ones. The flanges are equipped with 3 integrated vacuum SHV feedthroughs to supply the high voltage to the MCP detector.
Additional information is available on our MCP-Detector-CF-Flange-Assembly datasheet Download PDF
Texel offers open MCP detectors with phosphor screen for different applications in image mode. It is possible to image electrons, positrons, protons, heavy ions, x-rays, VUV- and UV-radiation and measure position and cluster parameters depending on the readout system used. Additional thread holes could be integrated from the non vacuum side to allow the mounting of a camera or another readout system. Due to the assembly in Ultra-High-Vacuum flange (CF-Viewport) it is possible to integrate the system in analytic instruments which are based on the CF standard. On request it is also possible to mount the MCP assembly on other viewport standards like ISO-K, ASA or custom specific ones. The viewports are equipped with 3 integrated vacuum SHV feedthroughs to supply the high voltage to the MCP detector.
Additional information is available on our MCP-Detector-CF-Viewport-Assembly datasheet (603) 673-3453
Image Intensifier 18 mm with Taper output for 1/2" CCD coupling. The photocathode of the image intensifier is sensitive to visible and near infrared light in the wavelength range of 400-900nm. Incoming photons are converted into free electrons which are accelerated inside of the image intensifier in the direction of an integrated multichannel plate which acts as a parallel setup of electron multipliers with a channel size of 10Âµm or less. The electrons enter the channels and the number of electrons is multiplied by a factor of aro 10000 due to a cascade process in the applied high voltage field. Behind the multichannel plate the electrons are accelerated in the direction of a phosphor screen. The electron energy is converted in the screen in visible photons. The photons are guided in the fiber optic taper direct to the sensitive pixels of the coupled sensor.
Additional information is available in the ICCD-Assembly datasheet Download PDF.
High sensitivity double proximity focused image intensifier with green optimized S20 photocathode on fiber-optic input window, incorporated high resolution single MCP and P22 screen on straight fiber-optic output window. This image intensifier is foreseen to be coupled on the input side with an X-ray converter screen like P43, P46, P47 or CsI on a fiber-optic plate. The screens with P43, P46 and P47 could be supplied by Texel also see our product information. If you prefer to couple a CsI screen we propose to use the Hamamatsu J6679 or J6679-01. If you prefer to have a high resolution X-Ray system we propose to use a Texel P43 screen. This is the system with highest resolution you are able to achieve with this image intensifier.
Additional information is available on the TEXEL-1863Q datasheet Download PDF.
In most cases of CCD applications the incoming light is transferred to the CCD through a lens. In some situations the use of fiber optic elements is better because the light collecting efficiency is much higher. Fiber optics are used in low light level applications to couple the light from scintillator screens, image intensifiers or streak tubes to a CCD or CMOS sensor. The photons are guided in the fibers direct to the sensitive pixels. The fiber optic coupling allow a much better transfer efficiency of the photons to the sensor pixel than a normal lens system. For example a 1:1 fiber optic plate instead of a f/1,2 lens reach a 10 times higher efficiency. It is possible to couple to the most front illuminated CCDs and it is possible to couple to some back-thinned CCDs. It is possible to couple with 1:1 fiber optic plates and with fiber optic tapers. The maximum reduction ratio is 6:1 and the maximum available outer diameter of the large taper side is 165 m
Additional information is available on the Fiber-Optic-Couping (202) 804-7412.
For Image Intensifiers with 18 mm single MCP, outer diameter of the power supplies of 38 mm and 43 mm.
We are offering designing, planning and manufacturing.
We are committed to deliver the best tailor-made solutions to our clients,
we walk step by step through the client's needs and requirements, building together the best solution with ease.
We are your team for the job
Our talented and dedicated stuff will accompany you in each step of the way and take care of any need you may have.
Our designers are very skilled electronics engineers specialized in board and layout
design on several high-end layout tools such as Cadence & Mentor suits, with the combination of
excellence service oriented and professional qualities.
Planning assistance, enhancing production efficiency and lowering production cost.
Our process begins by providing professional consultation in the early stages of the initial idea.
You will be amazed how much time and energy this step saves when working with our well-experienced team that has years of practice in the field.
We will go through planning the best manufacturing processes, which will lower production costs without sacrificing any quality of the product.
Research and Development
When the plan is ready, will move into developing the application itself using our R&D team.
Constantly building and improving, while checking and rechecking every step of the way to ensure the productâs unparalleled quality.
When the product is ready, we can move into the final production and manufacturing.
Manufacturing in our facilities and with close partners of ours, will provide you the piece of mind you never experienced before.
Our QA team will ensure that each product is exactly as you wanted it to be â perfect.
Our facilities consist of the most advanced technological machinery and equipment, all in high end clean rooms.
We are located in South Industrial Park Caesarea
7 Haeshel St. ,Building 2