This is a list of Hyundai elevator fixtures.
A lot of old Hyundai elevators used either square or barrel shaped buttons with a protruding metallic square frame and a red illuminating number or symbol in the middle of the button.
A very rare button variation. These are white buttons which lights up entirely and has a black frame. These buttons resembles a bit like the buttons used by Mitsubishi and Westinghouse (in the United States) elevators in the 1980s.
Hyundai also made touch sensitive buttons which are square with a wide illuminating halo. These buttons are extremely rare.
Most old Hyundai elevators used floor indicators with 7-segments displays. For the exterior, there are two triangle shaped hall lanterns, with the number display in between them. If the hall station has a floor indicator, there would be two small triangle shaped arrows above the floor indicator. There is also an analogue-style hall floor counter which resembles 1970s-1980s Mitsubishi analogue floor counter, but this is very rare.
These buttons light up yellow orange when pressed.
These are barrel-shaped buttons made of glass with a silver halo. They light up red when pressed. These buttons were discontinued sometime in the mid 2000s.
These are stainless steel barrel-shaped buttons which light up red when pressed. They can have braille marks under the number or symbol as an option.
These buttons look and press like Dewhurst's older US89 Compact buttons used in the 1980s and 1990s, except that it has a halo and an illuminating number/symbol in the middle. These buttons are usually found in older Hyundai elevators from the early 1990s.
Hyundai started using LED dot matrix floor indicators in the early 1990s. These indicators have a very similar LED number/letter pattern to Dover's LED pattern that is commonly used in their Impulse fixtures. They also features a unique animating directional arrow in which the arrow "jumps" every time the car is moving. Hyundai also used 7-segments display with simple triangle directional arrows, but this is very rare. Also, all elevators installed from the early 1990s onward have illuminated "AUTO" lamp on the indicators (both inside and outside), which stays illuminate when the elevator is set to normal operation, even when it is idle and not in use.
Hyundai's standard hall lanterns used in the 1990s are triangle shaped, and they would light up green for up and red for down. Each lenses are slightly tilted, the down lens is tilted upward while the up lens is tilted downward, similar to the hall lanterns used by Schindler from the 1970s to 1990s. Apart from that, there are also elevators with custom designed lanterns in various shapes, usually made according to the client's requests.
2000s to mid 2010s
Hyundai continued making the Type 30 buttons until they were completely discontinued sometime in the early 2010s.
A lot of Hyundai elevators installed between the mid 2000s to mid 2010s use these buttons, which are round concave buttons encased in a silver barrel shaped frame. Both the halo and number/letter light up red when the button is pressed. These buttons always have braille marks under the lamp. Around the early or mid 2010s, Hyundai stopped making these buttons, and continued on with the Type 41 and the newly released Type 64 buttons as the successor of Type 40.
These are round concave buttons with both an illuminating halo and number/letter, and braille marks. Much like the Type 40 buttons but without the silver barrel shaped frame. Type 41 buttons are still made by Hyundai, and they are the successor of the now discontinued Type 40.
These are rectangular convex buttons with an orange illuminating lamp on the left, as well as a red illuminating number/letter on the button itself. These buttons might have been discontinued.
LED dot matrix
Hyundai continued using floor indicators with LED dot matrix display as a standard feature. These indicators comes in several different shapes, and can be on the hall/car station or above the hall/car door (overhead). There are two LED colors; one is red which are normally found in geared traction (STVF) and MRL (SSVF/YZER) models, and the second one is orange which ones are normally found in Hyundai LUXEN (LXVF), iXEL and The EL elevators. By default, the indicators comes with two numbering digits (excluding the arrow above them), but some indicators can be configured to have three digits to display custom floor numbers.
- Red LED
- Orange LED
Besides LED displays, Hyundai also use LCD screens for the floor indicators. These indicators has a blue background, white number/letters, and an animating V-shaped arrow in the same style as the LED arrows.
Third party/generic and custom fixtures
Some Hyundai elevators installed in Indonesia and Thailand use third party/generic fixtures made by Shanghai STEP. Some examples have the standard Hyundai LED indicators but STEP EB960 buttons. There are also a few Hyundai elevators having STEP EB210 buttons and STEP SM-04-HSC LED floor indicators, these are usually found in Indonesia.
Mid 2010s to current
These are round silver concave buttons with an all-green illumination. It is intended to replace the current Type 40 series buttons. These types of fixtures are currently rare outside South Korea.
These buttons are the same as Type 64, except that the arrow light up white instead.
This is a bar shaped button with white illuminating symbol, and has a green illuminating line under the symbol.
This is a flushed rectangle button with white illuminating symbol/letter and green illuminating halo.
These are the same as Type 80 except that they have an all-green illumination.
These are round touch sensitive that are flushed into the panel. The halo light up green when the buttons are touched.
These buttons are shaped like real number/letter/symbol, and protrudes from the panel. They light up either yellow orange (standard) or green (optional, a very rare variant)
These are square buttons with illuminating halo and number/symbol.
These are the same as Type 64 except that the buttons are convex instead of concave.
Hyundai make several types of floor indicators with either LED or LCD display. There are also LEDs that light up orange and white.
These touchscreen are often used in elevators working with HELIAS destination dispatch as hall stations. They are also used on car stations for non-HELIAS elevators.
These are keypads used for Hyundai elevators working with HELIAS destination dispatch.
Fixtures used on American Hyundai elevators
Hyundai elevators installed in the United States have two types of buttons; one is round white which resembles round Innovation Universal buttons, and one is a round solid metal with a red dot on the center but they are only being used on the hall station (it is unknown of those buttons are also used on the car station). Floor indicators are simple rectangular floor counter with red LED dot-matrix display.
Custom and third-party indicators
Some modern Hyundai elevators still use fixtures made by Shanghai STEP. Elevators with custom made fixtures also exist.
In 1990s to early 2000s, Hyundai used two stage chimes for upwards and one stage chimes for downwards. The chimes have two versions with varying pitches. The high-pitched chime is prevalent in elevators before early 2000s while a modified version of the chime is prevalent in elevators around 2000 to 2005. The modified version was available even in the newer versions of Hyundai elevators, although rare. Some elevators can only have one stage or two stage chimes in both upward and downward, or the chimes are shuffled unlike the default installation.
Hyundai elevators installed around 2005 used four-stage chime. Although the chime is known to be used in elevators installed between 2006 and 2011, the chime was actually first used in Hyundai elevators that use Shanghai STEP fixtures. It is very similar to older SIGMA and Shanghai Mitsubishi chimes, though high-pitched.
From 2011 onward, Hyundai use two versions of chimes. First is the new four-stage chime, a chime that sounds like being played in a piano. It is a departure from the high-pitched chime played in elevators from 2005 to 2011. The four-staged chime is played in both upward and downward travel. The second is a new two-stage chime more prevalent in elevators with large information texts in indicator (passenger, maximum load, etc). Like the first one, it is played in both upward and downward travel.
Also, some Hyundai elevators manufactured by Shanghai Hyundai (outsourced) since 2016 have very different chimes. The upwards chime is one-stage while the downwards chime is two-stage, reminiscent of Sigma elevators.
In South Korea, there are two standard versions of chimes available, a two-stage chime and a four-stage chime. It is played in both upward and downward. The old-generation chime available in Hyundai elevators installed w/in 1990s were available although it is rare. The South Korean chimes are available as a custom installation in other countries.
- Hyundai Passenger Elevator brochure (USA) (includes fixtures used in the United States)