This is a guide to the elevator fixtures made by Seaberg.
These fixtures consist of black buttons on an ornate panel. For the hall stations, there are 2 lights, one green light for up, and one for down. For the hall stations, there are 2 versions. One version has an oval shaped area for the button and corresponding light, and one version does not have this oval shaped area. It is unknown which version is older. The car station might be different, but what the car station looks like is unknown.
These fixtures consist of what appear to be brass buttons. The hall station has a unique indicator, with what appears to be green lights, and circular lenses, and the indicator lights are in a circle. The car station might be different, but what the car station looks like is unknown.
These fixtures consist of large black buttons. The indicator is tinted, with light bulbs behind, that light up numbers behind the tinted covering. For later examples of these fixtures, the indicators are the 1960s?-1970s? indicators. In some cases, the hall stations have domed metal buttons.
These fixtures consist of white buttons that can light up. Most likely depending on the controller, the buttons may or may not light up. The indicator is a basic indicator from the time, with numbers cut into a metal panel, that light up. In some cases, the indicators have up and down arrows, and sometimes have what appear to be larger numbers. These buttons protrude from the panel. There is also a recessed version. The recessed version is thought to be older.