2004 to 2010s
These buttons appeared to have been made by Line in the early 2000s and were likely used on their older elevators. These buttons are golden brown with an illuminating red halo. Floor indicators are mostly digital segments with yellow arrows. These buttons have been discontinued.
These are square buttons that are flushed and have illuminating halo and lamp. These buttons resembles Kone's KDS 300 flushed square buttons, and have been discontinued.
These buttons are square metallic and have a similarity, but not identical to STEP's EB115 buttons. These buttons might have been discontinued.
These are either flat or dome-shaped round brown and yellowish buttons with red halo and illuminating numbers and symbols. They are actually protruded from the panel. The number font resembles that of used in Schindler's D-Line buttons.
These are rectangular brown to yellowish buttons with red halo and illuminating numbers and symbols. These buttons are actually protruded from the panel. It is unknown if these buttons are also used on Line/LINES elevators.
The floor indicators used on their current elevators are large square LED dot-matrix with scrolling arrows. These indicators appears to be made by a generic elevator component company. There is also a digital segments display with a flashing arrow.
2010s to present
These are the fixtures used on some newer LINES elevators.
These buttons are square with illuminating halo and braille.
These buttons resembles one of Sigma's and LG's buttons but they don't have braille.
These buttons are round with illuminating halo and braille
- Most newer elevators have the door open buttons lights up in blue and door close buttons lights up in yellow or orange.