Uniblitz Catalog Updates for 2016
To our customers and colleagues, thank you for making 2015 a great year for us.
Throughout Vincent Associates’ history, we have made efforts to consistently revitalize and improve our industry-leading Uniblitz® product lineup. During 2016 and into 2017, we will be making some notable changes as we make way for some incredible technology that will be seen later this year and in the years to come. With this, we intend to streamline our brand and catalog so as to make device/accessory selection more intuitive.
As a valued customer loyal to Uniblitz Shutter Systems, we wish to make you aware of these upcoming changes to our brand and catalog.
For questions and/or concerns, please contact Stephen Pasquarella (email@example.com), Dominick Polizzi (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Stephanie Schaffer (email@example.com).
Please be advised: Discontinued products will still be available by special order, or we may provide a similar product that provides form, fit, and function.
Optical and Laser Shutters to be discontinued
Shutter Drivers/Controllers to be discontinued
- RS20B, TS2B – Projected Discontinuation: April 28, 2016
- NS15B – Projected Discontinuation: Q3 2016
- CS25, CS35, DSS20B, NS25S, NS25B, NS35B – Projected Discontinuation: Q4 2016
Shutter Interconnect Cables and Accessories to be discontinued
- VDM1000/B, VMM-D4/J – Projected Discontinuation: Q3 2016
Mounting Systems to be discontinued
- 710B, 910RSDC, 910RJF, 910RJM – Projected Discontinuation: April 28, 2016
- #29, #30, #31, #32, #90, #110, #125, #127, #128 – Projected Discontinuation: April 28, 2016
- #126, #17 (all types), #23, #26, #28 – Projected Discontinuation: Q3 2016
- All Uniblitz shutter devices will be RoHS compliant by default (there will no longer be an “NL” option) – Projected Date of Change: March 31, 2016
- All applicable Uniblitz shutter devices will include a heat sink by default (there will no longer be an “HS” option) – Projected Date of Change: March 31, 2016
- All Uniblitz VS series shutter devices will now include a high temperature modification by default (“R3” option) when purchased with ZM (AlMgF2 - high energy) blade coatings. LS series shutters will no longer have a standard “R3” option – Projected Date of Change: April 7, 2016
- There will no longer be a standard “Normally Open” option for any Uniblitz shutter device (“R” designation). This option will still be available by special order, however – Projected Date of Change: March 31, 2016
- Any Uniblitz shutter devices that are currently equipped with seven-pin (7) connectors will be upgraded with 5-pin (5) connectors – Projected Date of Change: March 1, 2017