2003 to present
These buttons were first made by Dong Yang in the early 2000's as their improved version of their 1990's black button fixtures. ThyssenKrupp continued on producing these fixtures after the buyout (when they made elevators under the ThyssenKrupp Dongyang brand) until around the mid-2000's. These buttons are similar to their original 1990's version except that they had a silver halo.
Type 44 buttons were first made by Dong Yang in the early 2000's. They are oval shaped buttons made of stainless steel with red illuminating halo and a small red curve to the left of the number or symbol. ThyssenKrupp no longer made these buttons, but spare buttons are often available for modernizations.
These are round stainless steel buttons with an illuminating halo that has been broken into two parts. They first came out in the ThyssenKrupp Dongyang era. These buttons might have been discontinued.
These are rounded rectangular buttons with red halo lamp and a raised black stripe below the number or symbol. Sometimes they may have braille marks as an option.
These buttons are round metal with illuminating halo. They were introduced in November 2005.
These are silver diamond-shaped buttons which resembles Hyundai's Type 40 push buttons. They can have braille marks as an option. AN170 buttons are also used in ThyssenKrupp elevators manufactured in China as an option besides the STEP Module Classic and MT 42 buttons.
These are STEP Module buttons known as TK11 in South Korea, though the button labeling are slightly different.
These are touch sensitive round buttons on a black panel with a light blue illuminating halo.
- Not to be confused with Type 77.
These are solid dome shaped round buttons.
Floor indicators and hall lanterns
Floor indicators are mostly LED dot-matrix but there is also a digital segments display.
- List of thyssenkrupp elevator fixtures - for non-Korean made thyssenkrupp fixtures found in other countries (excluding the United States and Canada).
Notes and references
- ↑ ThyssenKrupp Dongyang - Business Elevator brochure (Refer to page 21)
- ↑ ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Asia Pacific) eNews - December 2005 (archived) (Refer to Page 11)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 synergy (MRL Elevator)