This is a list of elevator fixtures that have been used by Elevators Pty. Ltd., or commonly known as EPL KONE.
These fixtures consists of white rounded square buttons which simply illuminates, and analog floor indicators with illuminating numbers. A variant of these buttons with a surface-mounted clear plastic frame was also available.
1970s EPL hall station (Credit to YouTube user Jaymie Treadwell)
1970s EPL car station (Credit to YouTube user Jaymie Treadwell)
1970s EPL car station buttons (Credit to YouTube user Jaymie Treadwell)
In the 1980s, EPL used fixtures consists of square buttons (with either white or black frame) with illuminating halo. Floor indicators in some late models were green LED dot-matrix which resembles Montgomery Vector's LED font.
1980s EPL KONE call buttons (credit: Jaymie Treadwell).
1980s EPL KONE buttons (credit: Jaymie Treadwell).
1980s EPL car station. Buttons with black frame (Credit to YouTube user Jaymie Treadwell)
1980s EPL buttons with white frame.
Another EPL KONE white buttons with illuminating lamp on the center.
EPIC MOTOR EPL KONE Bottom-drive Traction Elevator at Berry Square, North Sydney
1980s EPL KONE elevator at Berry Square car park, Sydney (credit: Jaymie Treadwell).
Starting in the 1990s, most EPL KONE elevators were using black round buttons with illuminating halo (either green, orange, or red) and raised side. Floor indicators were normally green LED dot-matrix which resembles Montgomery Vector display.
Kone continued to use this design of fixtures after EPL's dissolution for a select few installs, although such fixtures installed under the Kone name are exceptionally rare and normally in conjunction with their Traffic Master System until the late 1990s. The latest install known to use these fixtures was installed in 1996.
1990s EPL KONE black buttons with red halo.
1990s EPL KONE green LED indicator
1990s EPL KONE black buttons with orange halo (credit: Jaymie Treadwell).