LG changed it's name from GoldStar in 1994 after GoldStar merged with Lucky Chemical. In 1999, it was acquired by Otis Elevator Company, later known as LG-OTIS Elevator Company from 2000 until 2003, when it was renamed to OTIS-LG Elevator Company. Later in 2006, OTIS-LG was again renamed to Otis Elevator Korea.
Notable elevator types/models
LVP, MVP and HVP
These three models were originally produced during the GoldStar era, started in the early 1990s. LVP is a low-rise geared traction elevator with 60 m/min (1 m/s) speed. MVP is a low to mid-rise geared traction elevator with 60-90 m/min (1-1.5 m/s) speeds. HVP is a high-rise traction elevator and it is divided into two types; HVP-I which uses geared (helical gear) machine and has speeds of 90-150 m/min (1.5-2.5 m/s), and HVP-II which uses gearless machine and has speeds of 120-360 m/min (2-6 m/s). All of these models have red digital segmented display for floor indicators. These models were succeeded by LGP, MGP and HGP.
LGP, MGP and HGP
The successor models of LVP, MVP and HVP. These models have button beep added inside and some of the elevators have car call cancel feature.
Di (Distributed Inverter)
A successor of LGP, MGP and HGP, this is a geared traction elevator with distributed inverter (DI) and was made from around the late 1990s to 2004. In this model, the digital segments on the floor indicators have been changed from red to orange. In addition, a button beep inside has become a standard feature and some elevators have the ability to cancel a car call selection.
This was the first Di model launched. It is an elevator model for low-rise and possibly mid-rise buildings as well.
This is a high-rise elevator model with helical gear machine and 30-150 m/min speeds, similar to HVP-I.
This is a high-rise elevator model with gearless machine and 120-240 m/min speeds, simlar to HVP-II. During the LG-OTIS era, Di4 was manufactured under the DS-4 series.
- Main article: LG Elevator Fixtures Guide
- Main article: List of Notable Elevator Installations of LG Elevator
- Some very late models of LG elevators before 1999 doesn't have the LG "face" logo on the car station.
Nameplates and capacity badges
Notes and references