These are some notable fixtures used in Haughton and Schindler Haughton elevators.
Some Haughton elevators installed in the 1920s or possibly 1930s had black buttons with rounded edges. The hall station buttons were protruted from the panel. The car station buttons had letterings next to them.
A lot of early elevator companies made black buttons some were the same some were different. Haughton made 2 types of black buttons. One type was for hall stations only, and had large buttons with rounded edges. The other type is small black buttons, and square edges. The name of this fixture line is unknown. Note that all Haughton fixture line names, except for M-Series, are only for the buttons.
Haughton L Series
These buttons are round. There are 4 versions. The first one protrudes from the panel, and is a mushroom shaped button. The second one is flush/recessed into the panel, and is a flat button. The third one protrudes from the panel, and is a flat button. The fourth one was only used by late Schindler Haughton elevators, these but were different from the previous versions of L series because these buttons were smaller.made out of a different kind of plastic and had a somewhat transparent surface. These buttons also had several different fonts than the previous versions.
Haughton L Series Vandal resistant
A lot like the regular L series but the number in the middle lights up with a metal background. These buttons are very rare and have been only seen in the Schindler Haughton style panel. It is unknown if Haughton made these but Schindler Haughton have made these.
Haughton lanterns/indicators have no model name, only part numbers. Haughton made two types of lanterns. One is a normal arrow, and the other is a narrow, tall arrow. Haughton made two types of indicators. One is numbers cut into a metal plate with light bulbs behind, and the other looks very similar to Haughton L-Series buttons.
Not much is know about these call buttons other then they were made by Haughton and they would light up green for up and red for down.
Haughton made rotodial indicators, similar to some Otis rotodial indicators. These indicators are for hall stations only.
IEE style indicator
Haughton made an indicator like Otis's IEE indicator. This indicator has yellow numbers that light up showing the floor that the elevator is on.
LCD floor Indicator
Schindler Haughton used a floor indicator that was LCD. Schindler Haughton's LCD floor indicators came in a dark blue/dark purple and brown. The brown indicator sometimes looked purple on camera.
- Further Information: Schindler Elevator Fixtures Guide (M-Line sections)
Also known as M-Line for later Schindler elevators. There are two types; one is a touch-sensitive and one is a push button type. M-Series are founded in some Schindler Haughton elevator installed in 1980s (before ASME A17.1 started).