This is a guide to elevator fixtures used in Express Evans/late Bruno Haack elevators.
1997 to present
These are the fixtures that were used in Express Evans elevators in the late 1990s, after Express Lift was acquired by Otis in 1997. These fixtures have square metal buttons with clear white halo (with four red illuminating lights on the halo) and black button plates. The metal surface on the buttons are concave. Also, the button arrangement looks very similar to Otis 2000 fixtures. The button can also be a normal Otis round metal button, with black button plates. Floor indicators can be either a tall black display with red numbers and arrows, or a blue LCD screen.
These are the fixtures used on the Express Evans "The Express Lift Range" machine room less elevators in the late 2000s to present day, which are actually based on the Otis Gen2. The buttons are round stainless steel dome shaped with small orange lamp on the center. The floor buttons have grey halo, while the door control buttons have white halo and the alarm button has yellow halo. Floor indicators uses orange digital segments display.
Otis 2000 fixtures
Express Evans often uses Otis's 2000 fixtures.