This is a guide of elevator fixtures manufactured by Adams Elevator.
1980s to present
Survivor are round push buttons with black halo and white surface. They have either incandescent or LED illumination (both lamps are sold separately). The old-style Survivor buttons, however, are still available as special order. There are Adams Survivor buttons specially made to replace Westinghouse Type "A," and Adams Survivor/D, made to replace Dover Traditional buttons. The Adams Survivor buttons/contacts are used for other Adams fixtures as well. There is also a California code compliant version.
Survivor/PLUS vandal resistant
Survivor/PLUS (also known simply as "Vandal Resistant") are round vandal resistant push buttons that have a patented “coined pocket” designed to support the button by the metal panel. It has two types; illuminated (with a small lamp on the center of the button), and non-illuminated (without lamp). There is also a California code compliant version, which is used for Schindler's vandal-resistant MT and HT.
Designer are square push buttons with black frame and white surface with the floor number displayed on the surface. They can also be equipped with black braille plates which are sold separately. Like Survivor, these pushbuttons have either incandescent or LED illumination and are sold separately. There is also a California code compliant version. Epco's version of these buttons is called "WN Signature".
To be added.
Classic are oval push buttons with round white buttons and black braille plate, which both are enclosed together. Classic pushbuttons are mounted on Survivor base.
These are big and long oval-shaped bar buttons which uses three AS451A button bases with 2 N/O contacts. Bar buttons have choice of standard or California lens cap.
This is an Otis Series 1 ripoff car station.
Eclipse is a round metal button with halo. It is unknown if these buttons are still manufactured.
- Main article: Schindler Elevator Fixtures Guide (American)#HT fixtures
Schindler transferred the HT product line to Adams in 2017. So that they can produce the component replacement.