The Haughton 1090 was a Haughton elevator system. It is unknown if this was a computerized system. This system distributes the elevators on different floors, automatically sends elevators up and down to receive calls, and parks elevators in different posistions, depending on the time of day.. Haughton made the 1090, and 1090-M. The 1090 definitely existed in 1967-1970, and the 1090-M definitely existed in 1965.

Notable installations

  • Allen-Bradley Clocktower, Milwaukee, WI
Schindler lifts (Dewhurst fixtures 2) "This elevator only serves two floors."
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