This is a guide to some notable Hyundai elevator fixtures.
In the 1980s until in the early 1990s, a lot of Hyundai elevators used either square or barrel shaped buttons with a raised squarr frame and red illumination lamp on the center. Floor indicators were mostly digital segments, there were also analog hall floor counter which resembles 1970s-1980s Mitsubishi analog floor counter.
1980s Hyundai intermediate floor call station.
1980s Hyundai terminal floor call station (with a Fireman Mode keyswitch)
1980s Hyundai hall station with one replaced call button.
1980s Hyundai hall lanterns and floor indicator.
1980s Hyundai floor indicator and hall lanterns.
1980s Hyundai digital floor counter.
1980s Hyundai analog floor counter, with an AUTO lamp (far left) and FULL lamp (far right)
Type 30 buttons are metal barrel-shaped buttons with red illuminating number or symbol on the center. They can have braille on the buttons. Nowadays, these buttons are still offered, although rarely found.
Hyundai Type 30 terminal floor call station.
Type 30 buttons with braille.
Type 30 buttons without braille.
1990s Hyundai car station with Type 30 buttons (Credit to YouTube user VR303Elevators)
Since in the 1990s, most Hyundai elevators were using floor indicators with LED dot matrix display. Digital segment displays are very rarely used. On most floor indicators there is an AUTO, OVER LOAD and OUT OF SERVICE lamp. The AUTO word is always displayed when the elevator is operational.
1990s Hyundai hall station with digital indicator.
1990s Hyundai horizontal hall floor indicator with LED dot matrix display.
1990s Hyundai hall lanterns. These are similar to some 1990s Dong Yang lanterns but these ones are slanted.
1990s Hyundai car floor indicator with modified LED dot matrix.
1990s black Hyundai car station with digital floor indicator.
1990s Hyundai digital car floor indicator.
One of the earliest examples of 1990s Hyundai elevator with LED floor indicator. Notice the 1980s intercom and nameplate.
Hyundai still uses their own style of LED dot matrix indicators which have been used since in the 1990s. They are usually comes in red or orange. The red ones are normally found in geared traction (STVF) and MRL (YZER) models, while the orange ones are normally found in the LUXEN gearless model. These indicators comes in different shapes and series.
Hyundai elevator hall fixtures with LED dot-matrix floor indicator at Type 40 call button.
Older Hyundai car floor indicator with red LEDs.
2009 Hyundai floor indicator with red LEDs.
2015 Hyundai LED car floor indicator found in Bangkok, Thailand.
Hyundai elevators installed in the United States have two types of buttons; one is round white which resembles round Innovation Universal buttons, and one is a round solid metal with a red dot on the center but they are only being used on the hall station (it is unknown of those buttons are also used on the car station). Floor indicators are simple rectangular floor counter with red LED dot-matrix display.