This is a guide to the different fixtures that have been made by Armor.
These buttons are smaller black buttons that do not light up. The call buttons can have arrows on them. There is also a most likely newer version with a white ring around the button, but it does not light up.
These buttons look similar to the other type of black buttons, but they have metal edges. It is unknown if these buttons were flush with the panel, or projected from the panel. These buttons are made in black and white, though the white buttons most likely do not light up.
This indicator consists of a panel with numbers cut in it, with light bulbs behind it, and colored lenses for up/down arrows. It is unknown if lanterns were an option.
Mid 1960s?-Mid 1980s?
These are round buttons, that light up. These buttons look very similar to GAL Jet Plus round buttons. Versions with a black halo and white button, and white halo and black button were also made. There are 2 different versions of call button arrows.
These are smaller round buttons, with a small halo, and a white button. There is also a version with a different font. There are 2 different versions of call button arrows.
- Not to be confused with Schindler S-Series fixtures.
These are white square buttons, with a small halo. There are 2 different versions of call button arrows.There are 2 different fonts for these buttons.
These buttons look similar to Epco FL Flushline buttons.
These are smaller round buttons, with a square halo. There are 2 different versions of call button arrows. There is also a version with a black halo, and white button. These look very similar to GAL Jet Plus round buttons with square halo.
These buttons are metal buttons, with 2 lights to the left and right.
The lantern arrows are about triangular. The indicators are somewhat similar to before, but with a different font. There is also a version with more square, and larger indicator numbers. There are also round indicator lights based off of, and going with round type 1 & 2 buttons, square indicator lights based off of, and going with square buttons, and indicator lights based off of, and going with round buttons with square halos.
There is also another indicator with round lights, and another indicator with square lights, but neither of them based on a button. There is also a digital indicator, but with light bulbs for arrows.
Dial-O-Matic hall indicator
This is a rotodial indicator, with a horizontal-rectangle shaped window. This indicator was most likely discontinued sometime in the 1970s.