For fixtures found in North America, please refer to List of Kone elevator fixtures (North America).
This is a list of Kone elevator fixtures found in almost every countries around the world, excluding the United States and Canada. Note that Kone had some other fixtures design before 1930s, which haven't been listed on this page.
Kone used the same fixtures from the early 1930s to early 1960. They have small black plastic buttons in the flush mounted metal panel. Alarm buttons are usually white and stop buttons are red. Gated elevators often have only foor buttons. The freight elevator version has bigger yellow buttons in the black surface mounted panel. Floor indicators are mechanical and usually missing. These fixtures are mostly found in Finland and rarely in Sweden.
These are simple black rectangular buttons without illumination. The hall station has either one/two lamps or lamp floor indicator above the call button.
These fixtures are black solenoid buttons which latches on when pressed and pops out when the car stops on the selected floor, similar to Schindler's and Westinghouse's buttons in the 1960s. Pop-out buttons were used from 1960 until 1971. Some Kone pop-out buttons were also used in 1950s, but all of them have been modernized, so they might have been different.
These are white plastic buttons which light up when pressed. The floor indicators are analogue which consists of illuminating squares for low-rise and illuminating rectangles for high-rise buildings. Hall lanterns are wedged arrows and light up orange. These fixtures were used until 1985, when Kone replaced them with the M-Series fixtures.
These are large white square buttons that lit inside. They could be provided with information or custom words above the buttons, such as an "In Use" indicator above call buttons.
1980s to 1990s
Vandal resistant (aka. SWEDEN)
These fixtures are round solid metal buttons with engraved floor numbers and symbols. There is a small red lamp above the button. They are called as KONE SWEDEN fixtures by technicians and suppliers in Sweden. Introduced in 1980, they were commonly used in Sweden up until 1985, and occasionally used after 1985 in the Scandinavian countries up until 1995.
Kone M fixtures started out in 1985 and were used in traction and hydraulic elevators with Kone Traffic Master System (TMS) control systems. They were also used in MacGregor Kone marine elevators, very few Kone Marryat Scott elevators in England and very early Kone MonoSpace elevators in the late 1990s, as well as modernization during the 1980s-1990s and rarely in the 2000s. These fixtures mostly have barrel shaped and rectangular buttons with illuminating halo and digital floor indicators. Dewhurst buttons and chassis were also provided as an option.
Kone M fixtures were discontinued for regular elevator installations in 2001 but were still made for MacGregor Kone marine elevators and few modernizations until around mid 2000s. They were succeed by the Kone Signalization System (also known as KSS) series.
These buttons are the most common type found in many M-Series fixtures in the 1980s-1990s, and simply called as "Kone M Button". The buttons can be black or metallic, and have illuminating halo which light up in green or red. There was also a rare, gold-like version of these buttons. M-Series barrel shaped buttons can be flat or slightly protrudes. In Europe, the button for main/ground floor is normally marked green and protrudes from the panel. This is to make it easier for anyone to find the main floor or exit.
Another version of Kone M-Series button is rectangular with an illuminating halo. These buttons can be black, brown or stainless steel. They are mostly used in mid to high-rise Kone elevators from the late 1980s to the 1990s.
Kone also made barrel shaped touch sensitive M-Series buttons. These buttons have a red line on the top. These buttons could be flat or concave. M-Series touch sensitive buttons are very rare.
Kone M-Series used digital segmented floor indicators from the 1980s until around mid 1990s. During this period, the indicators could only support 7 segments display and as the result the ground floor is displayed as "0" (zero, instead of G) and the basement floors are displayed with a negative/minus followed by the floor number (e.g. "-1" for basement level one). In the late 1990s, an LED dot matrix was introduced, along with a large yellow electroluminescent display which were mostly used in Hong Kong, Finland, Australia and New Zealand.
Kone M-Series's hall lanterns are very distinctive. Arrows were shaped into triangles with a short line under them and light up by bulb. On later installations, the lanterns consist of six horizontal lines which are shaped like a triangle. Some hall lanterns are also combined with a digital floor indicator, either with segmented or dot matrix LED display.
This is another style of M-Series fixtures used in high rise elevators in the 1980s and 1990s. Buttons can be silver or black rectangular with red illuminating halo. These buttons were arranged in a vertical zig-zag line. The car stations have a long black rectangular display going horizontally, with a digital indicator and small moving dots which represents the car position. It was also possible to be fitted with custom text as well, which light up red.
Novel Elements fixtures were commonly found in Scandinavian countries. They were also used in Australia and New Zealand, but very rarely in Asia. They were used in hydraulic and very early Kone MonoSpace elevators in the mid 1990s. They were also used for modernization. Buttons are rectangular with a tiny red lamp on the top left corner of the button. The floor indicators uses scrolling LED dot matrix display. These fixtures uses the same chime as the Kone M-Series.
This is a European version of Series 220 used in mid-1990's that is similar to American Series 220 except they have tactiles on the buttons. Not much is known as these are extremely rare.
- Further information: List of Indolift elevator fixtures#1990s.
These fixtures were only found in Indonesia, and were used in Indonesian Kone elevators from the mid to late 1990s. They were originally made by Indolift sometime in the mid 1990s. When Kone took over the company in 1995, Kone continued to make these fixtures under their own brand until around the late 1990s. These fixtures had two types of buttons. One is a brown or dark grey round button that is convex and has an illuminating number. The second one is a stainless steel button with a black marking and an illuminating halo. The floor indicators used either a 7-segments or an LED dot matrix display, the latter is extremely rare. Kone also retained Indolift's "circle" hall lanterns, but later they switched to a new design featuring triangle lanterns and a simple floor counter.
These button fixtures are found in Hong Kong, China. It is unknown if they are also found in other countries. Buttons are very similar to Delta/K-Delta buttons except that they are actually touch sensitive and the door control button symbols are transparent.
Some Kone elevators in the 1980s-1990s were using Dewhurst fixtures, like the US81 square buttons. Custom fixtures also existed.
2000s to present
- Not to be confused with Sigma Elevator Company.
Sigma fixtures were launched in around the late 1990s, and were used in Kone MonoSpace and early TranSys elevators in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. These fixtures have round buttons that are either silver or black with a tactile and a curved red LED light at the top. The floor indicators use either LED segments or dot matrix display. The interior floor indicator is usually framed, but some others don't. The Sigma fixtures were also used in a few MonoSpace elevators in Japan in the early 2000s.
Delta fixtures were launched in around the late 1990s. It was Kone's common fixture between the early and mid 2000s and was available in Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand as well as, but extremely rare, the United States and Canada. Delta fixtures were used for new installations and modernization. Dewhurst chassis was also available as an option (such as in Hong Kong), as well as an Innovation chassis on the Canadian and American Kone elevators. Delta fixtures have been discontinued in around 2006.
There are at least four types of buttons; one which is round, two which is square, three which is rectangular, and four which is oval. These buttons came out either as stainless steel or black coated (with tactile and braille) and have a red LED line on the top. In Hong Kong, some rectangular stainless steel Delta buttons have both tactile and braille on them. Floor indicators uses the same LED display as the one used in Sigma fixtures. There was also an electroluminescent display, with either a black background with yellow character or a grey background with a black character. Hall lanterns have two triangles which light up red. Some hall lanterns, especially those installed on the main floor have a floor indicator in between the two lanterns.
Kone made four versions of Delta fixtures, they are:
This is a surface mounted fixture. Hall stations are simply mounted on the wall without having to recess the wall. The modernization version of this fixture is called ReVive Elegant Thinline. ReVive Elegant Thinline has both surface mounted hall and car stations.
This is a flush mounted fixture. Hall stations are flushed mounted on the wall. The modernization version of this fixture is called ReVive Elegant Flushline, ReVive Evergreen Flushline for historic/vintage elevators and Revive Luxury Flushline. ReVive Luxury Flushline is the only one that has yellow electroluminescent floor indicators.
This is a vandal resistant version of Delta. It has a transparent digital segmented floor indicators and Kone Sigma hall lantern arrows. The modernization version of this fixture is called ReVive AntiVandal Flushline.
This is a version of Delta fixtures which was exclusively used for modernization of old elevators. It features flush mounted fixtures with an ornate motif.
K-Delta is very similar to Delta (see above). It is primarily used in Asia from the early to mid 2000s. It features black square buttons with a red LED strip at the top. The interior floor indicator is the Kone Sigma type, with a rounded rectangular frame. For the hall station indicator, it is the same type as Delta Slimline. Dewhurst chassis were also provided as well as landlords request. Kone K-Delta fixtures have been discontinued and replaced by the current KDS series.
- Further information: List of Thyman elevator fixtures.
These fixtures were originally made by Thai Lift Industries in Thailand. When Kone bought the company in 2005, Kone continued on making these fixtures in Thailand for a few times. These fixtures consist of buttons that are shaped to look like the rectangle Kone M buttons. Square buttons were also available. The floor indicator is LED dot matrix display. Sometimes generic buttons could also be used in these fixtures.
Kone Signalization System (or KSS) is the current fixtures used in almost any Kone elevator models. It is primarily used for the European market. KSS fixtures consists of plastic silver-coated buttons with orange, blue or white illuminating halos, a dot-matrix floor counter, and a directional indicator consisting of a rhombus and two trapezoids. The trapezoids are positioned diagonally with their bases facing the sides of the rhombus on both left and right; they are positioned at the bottom of the rhombus for up and placed at the top for down. This directional indicator is also in the floor counter below the dot-matrix display. The KSS series fixtures currently in production are KSS-140, -500, -570, -600, and -900 for the North American market, and KSS-140, -280, -300, -305, -400, -470, -570, -670, -800, -900, -970, -D20 and -D40 for the European market. The current KSS series sold in the Asia Pacific markets are KSS-280, -800, and -900, although past series have been sold in this region as well such as the KSS-470, -520, -570, -620 and -670. Only the KSS-280, -800 and -900 series are currently sold in most Asian countries. They also usually install ACU F floor announcement module with those fixtures.
In late 2010, Kone released the KSS-140 series vandal-resistant and KSS-130. The KSS 140 fixtures used in North America use Innovation chassis. In Europe and Asia, Dewhurst buttons are also provided as an option.
KSS 130 fixtures are durable, vandal-resistant fixtures normally found in European countries. These fixtures have surface mounted, round silver-coated buttons with amber or red halo and look similar as Dewhurst M-10 and M-20 Series buttons. The floor indicators are amber KSS 570/670-style LED dot-matrix with a stainless steel mesh display, making them vandal-resistant looking. In addition, the arrows on the hall lanterns are transparent. There are also fixtures that is similar to KSS 570/670 except it does not have a halo instead they are bead blasted stainless steel have tactile which light up when pressed.
KSS 140 is another type of vandal-resistant fixtures. These fixtures have round grey metal buttons with grey braille plates next to them, and using the same style of floor indicators as KSS 130. KSS 140 was launched in late 2010.
KSS 280 was launched in 2012, and it is available in Europe and Asia Pacific. These fixtures have square stainless steel buttons with white illuminating halo and high-contrast segmented LCD floor indicators. There are also white square buttons with braille plates, similar to ADA-compliant fixtures. Panels are surface mounted. The call button panels have pressure bar on the top and bottom with a black chevron-shaped arrow and will illuminate white when pressed. Sometimes the black square displays in the middle of the panel can be an LCD indicator as an option. Kone KSS 280 uses the KONE Information typeface (font) made by Dutch typeface designer Underware in the same year.
KSS 300-400/305 has a distinctive look. It consists of round plastic silver-coated buttons with yellow orange halo and tactile. Call station is shaped like a lozenge and it is surface mounted. The car station inside the car is flush mounted. For main floor, the button slightly protrudes and has green illuminating halo. The floor indicators are black lozenge-shaped display with either a LED segmented or dot matrix display and and a directional indicator consisting of a rhombus and two trapezoids. KSS 300-400 is currently used for the European Kone EcoSpace and EcoSpace B3. The KSS 305 is used for Kone TranSys/MonoGoods elevators in Europe (in the United Kingdom, TranSys is known as MonoGoods).
Australian KSS 305
Similar to KSS 470, Australian KSS 305 have protruding edges to meet Australian Design requirements. Compared to Australian KSS 470 and Australian KSS 520, these fixtures are rare.
KSS 420 looks very similar to KSS 300-400, but the car station is half-height and surface mounted. It uses the same call station design as KSS 300-400/305. Indicators are either LED segmented or dot matrix.
KSS 470 is similar to KSS 420 (see above), except that the car station is full-height and surface mounted. The call station has a more squarish design, unlike KSS 420. In addition, KSS 470 does not use LED segmented displays. The modernization version of this fixture is called Revive KSS 210 and 430. ReVive KSS 210 are flush mounted while ReVive KSS 430 are surface mounted.
Australian KSS 470
KSS 470 buttons in Australia have a modified design to include a protruding edge around the button to meet Australian Design requirements. These buttons are only found in Australia.
KSS 520 have round plastic tactile buttons which also have halo lamp. Additionally, the floor number and symbols would lights up when the buttons are pressed. Floor indicator displays are similar to KSS 470 but the display shape is rectangular instead of lozenge. The modernization version of this fixture is called Revive KSS 520 and Revive KSS 610. These fixtures were discontinued sometime in 2008.
Australian KSS 520
KSS 520 buttons in Australia have a modified design to include a protruding edge around the button to meet Australian Design requirements. These buttons are only found in Australia, as well as one recorded appearance in New Zealand.
KSS 570 fixtures are surface mounted fixtures. They have round or square plastic silver coated buttons with illuminating halo and tactile (amber, blue or white). Floor indicators are either LED dot-matrix (amber, blue or white) with scrolling chevron-shaped arrows or black and white LCD display. Hall lanterns also lights up in either amber, blue or white. There is also a keypad version for Kone Polaris destination dispatch called KSP 576. Kone also called these fixtures as KSS 570 Lambda for certain markets.
KSS 620 is similar to KSS 520. Additionally, the floor number and symbols would lights up white when the buttons are pressed. Floor indicators are usually white LED, and often comes in either white-lit LCD or white dot matrix floor indicators. In Australia, the buttons comes with protruding edge to meet with the Australian Design requirements. These fixtures might have been discontinued.
KSS 670 is similar to KSS 570, except that it is a flush mounted fixture.
KSS 800 is a fixture line for Kone Polaris/Destination destination dispatch elevators and it is sold in Asia Pacific and Europe. It is divided into two types; Stainless steel or D-design. For this fixture, the door jamb destination indicator has white LED dot-matrix with scrolling arrows and it is known as KSJ 853/863; KSJ 853 has a width of 33 mm while KSJ 863 has a width of 50 mm. All KSS 800 destination operating panels (DOPs) are surface mounted. In Asia Pacific, this fixture line comes along with the KDS 300 series. KSS 800 features the KONE Information typeface.
The destination operating panels (DOPs) have black round buttons and black indicator with white LED dot-matrix. The hall and car station for this type is the KDS 300 or KDS 330 series, although the KDS 330 can only be used for the car station. There is also a Touchscreen destination panel known as KSP 858.
D-design has a similarly design destination panels as the KSS 800 stainless steel. The hall and car stations for this line are the black KSS Design (KSS D) series. The car station can be either partial (D20) or full (D40) height. There is also a Touchscreen destination panel known as KSP 978P.
KSS 900 is another fixture line for Kone Polaris destination dispatch elevators, and it is sold in Europe and Asia Pacific. The destination operating panels (DOP) consists of plastic solver coated round or square buttons and a LCD display. DOPs also comes in surface (KSP 937) or flush (KSP 947) mount, as well as a Touchscreen version known as D-Series. The car station for KSS 900 is the KSS 570/670 style, with round or square projecting buttons and LCD indicators. For elevators working with traditional (full configuration) destination dispatch, there are two LCD floor indicators on the car station; one for showing the registered car calls and the other one is for showing the car's position.
KSS 970 is a flush mounted fixtures with either rounded or square flushed buttons buttons. Floor indicators are either LED dot matrix (white, amber or blue) or a full color LCD display. They are often used in Kone Marine elevators in cruise ships. There are also some KSS 970 fixtures which have had their original LCD interface changed to a newer interface featuring the KONE Information typeface.
Revive KSS is a series of fixtures for modernizations of older Kone and non-Kone elevators. They are all based on the regular KSS series that are used in new Kone installations. Revive KSS fixtures might have been discontinued.
Revive KSS 210 and 430
Both Revive KSS 210 and 430 are based on the KSS 470 series. Revive KSS 210 is flush mounted, while Revive KSS 430 is surface mounted.
Revive KSS 520
Revive KSS 520 is based on the KSS 520. It features surface mounted landing stations and flush mounted car stations with orange illuminating buttons and LED floor indicators. In Australia and New Zealand, these fixtures have a modified design to include a protruding edge around the button to meet Australian Design requirements.
Revive KSS 610
Revive KSS 610 is based on the KSS 620. It looks very similar to the KSS 520/Revive KSS 520 except that the landing stations are flush mounted, and both the buttons and floor indicators illuminates white. It also has a LCD floor indicator display as an option. Like Revive KSS 520, in Australia and New Zealand, these fixtures have a modified design to include a protruding edge around the button to meet Australian Design requirements.
KDS is the current fixtures line used for elevators in Asia and Pacific (Australia and New Zealand) since the mid 2000s. It is a successor of both Delta and K-Delta fixtures in Asia, and KSS in both Australia and New Zealand. The current KDS series produced are -50, -220 , -300 and -330. KDS 330 was launched in 2015 while KDS 220 was launched in 2016. There was also a version of KDS for modernization called ReVive, which is a combination of KSS 420, KDS 50 and KDS 300 fixtures. Kone ReVive might be discontinued. In 2015, Kone launched the KDS 330 series which is based on KSS 280. A year later, Kone released KDS 220 which is basically a low spec and economical version of KDS 330.
KDS 50 have surface mounted round buttons with either red or white illumination. The buttons can be black or stainless steel. Indicator can be a red LED dot matrix, LED segments, black LCD or blue LCD display with segmented numbers. Landing stations are surface mounted. It is possible for KDS 50 fixtures to be fitted with KDS 300-AUS buttons; these are commonly found in Australia and New Zealand. In Asia, these fixtures are widely used in Thailand.
These fixtures might have been the very first KDS series. They are heavily based on the Kone Delta fixtures. These fixtures were possibly only available in China. KDS 200 have been discontinued.
KDS 220 was launched in 2016 and it is the latest series of the KDS fixtures family. It is mostly based on KDS 330 (see below), but KDS 220 uses a simple orange-illuminating LED digital segmented display for the floor indicators. Buttons are surface mounted and can be either black or stainless steel with orange illumination. For the landing fixtures, the floor indicator is integrated with the call station. The typeface (font) used for the button markings is KONE Information. A regular KDS 300 wheelchair side panel can also be used along with this fixture as an option.
KDS 300 consist of square or round stainless steel buttons that can be flush or surface mounted. In addition, it has five illumination color options for the buttons and LED indicators, they are red (standard), blue, white, green, and orange. Floor indicators can be LED dot matrix or LCD (with either black or blue background) display with segmented numbers. Sometimes, Dewhurst chassis are also provided as an option. STEP buttons are also possible to be mounted on a KDS chassis, but this is extremely rare.
KDS 300-AUS are round or square surface mounted buttons with braille, tactile and a raised halo. They slightly illuminate when not pressed; it is to indicate whether a floor is accessible/unlocked or not. They can also be mounted on a KONE KDS 50 and KDS Design panels. These fixtures are designed primarily for Australia and New Zealand, but are occasionally found in other Asian countries too.
LED floor indicators
These LED indicators can light up red, blue, white, orange or green. They were formerly known as KDS 290.
LCD floor indicators
These LCD indicators can be partial or full sized display with either blue or black background, segmented numbers and Kone KSS-style arrow.
Kone KDS have different styles of LED-based hall lanterns.
The KDS 330 was launched in 2015 and it is slightly based on the KSS 280 fixtures. Buttons are round black with silver collar and can be surface or flushed mounted with white illumination. KDS 300 and KDS 300-AUS buttons can also be used for this fixture for various code requirements. Floor indicator uses the KSS 280 LCD segmented display, but an LED dot matrix (white or red) and a TFT-LCD display are also available as an option.. Like the KDS 330, it uses the KONE Information typeface for the button markings and floor indicator characters.
The KONE Design (originally called Designer series) is a stylish fixture line with either solid color or graphic pattern (and often custom design). It features a shatterproof polycarbonate panels with sleek metallic frames. The fixtures currently in production are the D20 and D40 series. These fixture sets don't have Dewhurst chassis but this chassis can found several custom installations. The difference of both D20 and D40 are the height of the panel; D20 panels have partial height while D40 panels have full height. KONE Design fixture is also used for the Polaris destination dispatch elevators as car stations, along with KSS 800 D-design fixtures.
This fixture line is called Design in Europe and KDS D Design in Asia Pacific.
KSS DesignThese fixtures are part of the KSS series. Buttons are flushed with illuminating halo, and have indicators with either KSS 300-400/470 or KSS 570-style LED dot-matrix. KSS Design car station can also be used for Polaris elevators as part of KSS 800's D-design finishing.
These fixtures are part of the KDS series. They are similar to the European Design series, but have the option of KDS 300-AUS buttons with braille and tactile. They have KDS 300-style LED floor indicators.
This is a black LCD touchscreen destination panels for the Kone Polaris destination dispatch system with similar font and arrow as the ones found in KSS 280, KDS 300 and KDS 330 signalizations. It consists of three series; KSP 858, KSP 978P and 979L
This is a wall mounted touchscreen with 298x298 dimensions. It can also be installed with a pedestal.
This is a black wall mounted touchscreen with 229x448 dimensions.
This is a white wall mounted touchscreen with 510x360 dimensions with mechanical keypad buttons next to the touchscreen.
These fixtures are designed for vintage elevator modernizations. These fixtures are made to look older. The buttons are small black buttons, with a red halo. These fixtures are only known to exist in Finland and Sweden, but they might also exist in some other countries. Originally these fixtures were launched in the early 2000s as ReVive Evergreen Flushline, which was based on the Kone Delta fixtures line.
Third-party and other fixtures
These are some other variations of fixtures found in Kone elevators in different countries, especially custom-built ones. They usually have Dewhurst and other generic fixtures such as Everbright and even Shanghai STEP.
Some Kone elevators in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong are using fixtures made by Dewhurst. A few Kone elevators in Hong Kong are also using Shanghai STEP and Everbright fixtures.
Some Kone elevators in other countries are also using custom fixtures made according to building owner's requests.
- The European Delta, some KSS and Asian KDS fixtures also have digital segments floor indicators as an option instead of LED dot-matrix.
- The 1970s-1980s Kone round plastic buttons are often called "Kone Classic" by some European elevator enthusiasts.
- Regular KSS fixtures have the Kone EcoDisc logo (along with the "Powered by KONE EcoDisc" caption) printed on the round nameplate placed at the bottom of the car stations. For KSS Revive and KSS fixtures in North America, the nameplate has a grey Kone logo instead of the EcoDisc logo (see pictures below).
- List of Kone elevator fixtures (North America) - for elevator fixtures found in the United States and Canada.
Notes and references
- ↑ 香港仔市政大廈美善高升降機 - YouTube
- ↑ 1998 KONE MonoSpace MRL Traction Elevator @ Kastrup Airport, Copenhagen, Denmark - YouTube
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 It means only indicators are in corresponding Kone standard.
- ↑ 1945 KONE gated traction elevator (2007 mb KONE M-series) @ Vanha Talvitie 11, Helsinki, Finland
- ↑ Novel Elements! 1998 Glass KONE Hydraulic Lift/Elevator @ Te Papa Museum, Wellington, NZ - YouTube
- ↑ Auckland University of Technology, WB Building - Kone Novel Elements Ecodisc Traction Elevator - YouTube
- ↑ Horrible KONE Novel traction elevators @ Storgata 38, Oslo, Norway - YouTube
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 KONE in the UK > Elevators > KONE MonoSpace Exclusive > Car Finishes
- ↑ KONE TranSys brochure (2001 edition)
- ↑ Branded as Toshiba.
- ↑ Kone MonoSpace 500 MRL Traction Elevator at Moscow Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow, RUS
- ↑ 旺角西洋菜南街2W至2X號KONE升降機
- ↑ KONE ReVive - Elegant Thinline
- ↑ KONE ReVive - Elegant Flushline
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 15.2 KONE ReVive - Evergreen Flushline
- ↑ KONE ReVive - Luxury Flushline
- ↑ KONE ReVive - AntiVandal Flushline
- ↑ Only seen on KSS-305, -370, -420, -430, -470, -500, -520, -600, -620 and -D40. KSS-130 and -140 have this feature but it work only directional indicators on the door jamb and directional indicators on the external. KSS-D20 also have this feature but it work only directional indicators on the external.
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 19.2 Work with Kone Polaris (Destination Dispatch system) and only KSS-570 is optional.
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 D(number) stands for Designer Series. Although they have a same model name of the fixtures set between American and Europe & Asian market, buttons design are quite different (Due the ADA compliant (ASME A17.1) in American market).
- ↑ 21.0 21.1 KONE Elevator Glossary - ACU elevator announcer
- ↑ 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 Custom typography reaching new heights - Underware.nl
- ↑ Kone EcoSpace brochure (Great Britain)
- ↑ Kone MonoGoods brochure (Great Britain)
- ↑ KONE ReVive KSS 210 brochure
- ↑ KONE Revive KSS 430 brochure
- ↑ KONE Revive KSS 520 brochure
- ↑ KONE Revive KSS 610 brochure
- ↑ KSS 570 Lambda brochure
- ↑ 30.0 30.1 KONE KSS 800 and KSS 900 Signalization Brochure
- ↑ Rare 2008 KONE Ecodisc Carpark Lifts - AXA Tower
- ↑ KONE ReVive brochure (2009 edition)
- ↑ KONE Home 458 brochure (archived)
- ↑ KONE KDS 220 Signalization
- ↑ An example of this configuration can be found in Ngee Ann City, Singapore.
- ↑ KONE KDS330 Signalization brochure
- ↑ KONE KSS 800 and KSS 900 Signalization Brochure
- ↑ 日常我們聽到d電梯迷常話某公司品牌廣播其實是錯誤的觀念 應叫共用廣播 (Facebook Group: hkelev.com)
- ↑ KONE High-Speed Traction Elevator at Yin Tat House, On Tak Estate Sau Mau Ping, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- ↑ Kone MRL Traction Elevator @Kennedy Town MTR Station, Hong Kong
- ↑ Talking Kone Glass MRL Traction Elevator @Taoyuan Airport, Taiwan