This is a list of some elevator fixtures made by Shanghai STEP, which are mostly used in elevators made by major elevator companies and third party/generic elevator companies. They are also used in elevators made by this company.
- 1 2000s to current
- 1.1 Car/lobby operating panel set
- 1.2 Buttons
- 1.3 Unknown STEP buttons
- 1.4 Keyswitches
- 1.5 Floor indicators
- 2 Notes and references
- 3 External links
2000s to current
Car/lobby operating panel set
COP1070 and EH984
These are set of fixtures with white touch sensitive buttons (except the emergency buttons) on a black glass panel and black LCD floor indicators with white digital segments display. The inside floor indicator is a large LCD display.
These are rounded buttons with illuminating halo and characters. They are commonly found in some generic elevators and sometimes Otis elevators in Hong Kong.
These are similar to EB110 (see above) but the alarm and phone symbols for the emergency buttons are slightly different. These buttons are commonly found in some generic, and sometimes Otis and Schindler elevators in Hong Kong.
EB210 are square stainless steel buttons with an illuminating halo and characters. They look a bit like Schaefer's MT 42 buttons. The braille version of these buttons is called EB218. STEP's EB210 buttons are often used by Schindler (for modernization) and ThyssenKrupp (as MT 42 series, even though they are not made by Schaefer) in Asia. They were also used in certain models of Shanghai made Hyundai elevators in the 2000s. In Hong Kong, these buttons are often used by generic companies like Jekco Elevators Ltd. and Chun Ming Engineering Co. Ltd.  for modernization.
These are square buttons with a black frame, and an illuminating halo and characters. These buttons were widely used by Pillar in Indonesia from the 2000s until the mid 2010s.
These are round stainless steel buttons with illuminating halo and characters. The braille version of these buttons is called EB418A.
These buttons features a water droplet-like plate with a small dot lamp at the edge of the plate. There are also other styles of these buttons; EB431 which is a dome-shaped button, EB432 which is slightly concave, and EB438 which is a flat button with braille.
These buttons look very similar to EB310 except that they are curved instead of flat.
These are rectangular metallic buttons with a black halo and a red line lamp above the illuminating characters.
These are round black buttons with illuminating halo and tactile.
These are round buttons with an oval shaped frame, as well as an illuminating halo and lettering. The chrome version of these buttons is called EB950A, while the black version one (to comply with EN81-70 standards) is called EB951. These buttons are commonly used by generic elevator companies and often Kleemann.
These buttons look the same as the EB950 series (see above) except that they have a rounded frame instead. STEP also makes a black version of these buttons (to comply with EN81-70 standards) which is known as EB961. EB960 buttons are often used by generic elevator companies in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, France, United Kingdom and few other European countries. They are also used by Hyundai, Schindler, and KOYO (Chinese brand) elevators in Asia.
These are concave buttons which look very similar to Otis's concave buttons. A button plate is attached to the button, and sometimes the lettering on the plate will illuminate when the button is pressed, similar to Dewhurst US91 Optic buttons.
These are square buttons with an illuminating halo and tactile. These buttons are often used by Otis in Hong Kong and other Asian countries for modernization.
These buttons light up orange when pressed. The symbols and lettering used in these buttons are the same as the ones used in the EB950 and EB960 buttons. PB26 buttons are commonly used by IFE for their newer batch of elevators.
These buttons look similar to EB111 but they are bigger.
These are grey square buttons with an illuminating halo and lettering. They look very similar to ThyssenKrupp's STEP Module Classic buttons used in Asia Pacific and Europe. These buttons are also used by ThyssenKrupp in Asia Pacific as their "STEP Module Classic" series buttons.
These are round stainless steel buttons with a black frame. In addition, both the characters and halo light up when pressed. They use the same character as the one used in the EB950 and EB960 buttons. These buttons are often used by generic elevator companies in Hong Kong, China.
PB31 is a protruding round buttons with illuminating tactile illuminating halo and non-illuminating braille. The character used in these buttons are the same as the ones used in the EB950 and EB960 buttons.
These are rectangle buttons which light up red when pressed. They can also be equipped with braille marks under the lettering as an option. These buttons were used by Schindler in Asia Pacific as their E2 series buttons on their E-Type fixtures line up. They were used in Schindler 100 P, 300 P, ElegantMRL and 5400 AP elevators in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and New Zealand.
These buttons features a plastic lens which light up when pressed as well as a black halo.
These buttons look very similar to the PB31 series but they are slightly bigger. They are commonly used in the newer SJEC elevators.
These are rectangle buttons which look like one of Sigma's push buttons.
These are square buttons which resembles EB210, but they are slightly protruded. The alarm and phone symbol are different. 
LED floor indicators
STEP makes several types of LED dot matrix display with scrolling arrows. The most common one is the SM-04-VRF type, which look very similar to Fujitec's LED dot matrix display. They also make displays resemble to Vander Electronic Technology.
LCD floor indicators
Notes and references
- STEP Traction Elevator at Rose Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- Express Traction Elevator at Front Wing, Montane Mansion, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong
- STEP Traction Elevator at Wanda's Industrial Building,Ngau Tau Kok,Kowloon,Hong Kong
- Elevator button 2
- Yeartal hydraulic elevator at an apartment building at Bilu street in Holon - YouTube
- Schindler MRL Service Elevator at Pondok Indah Mall 1, Jakarta (Lift 1) - YouTube
- Schindler MRL at a building in Lower Hutt CBD - YouTube
- Otis Traction Elevator at Office Tower, Nan Fung Centre, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong
- Thyssen Krupp Traction Elevator at No.15-17, Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- Fuji Yida Traction Elevator at Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, Bali (South, Part 1)
- STEP elevator button, COP & LOP
- STEP elevator button, COP & LOP (May, 2012 version) (Backup for this copy)