Middle Atlantic recently released their new L7 Series lectern and has announced manufacturing improvements to reduce its environmental footprint. These improvements include reductions in materials use, saving energy in the manufacturing process as a result of eco-design commitments. Eco-designed products are assessed during the concept phase to identify opportunities to lower the environmental footprint of the product throughout its lifecycle. According to Middle Atlantic, this is part of parent company, Legrand’s ongoing global commitment to embed transparency and sustainability into the design and manufacture of its products.
Designed for education, the height-adjustable, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant lectern offers a sleek look and generous workspace. Providing configurable equipment storage, power and connectivity, as well as motorized height-adjustability, the unit is versatile for any learning space or user. The L7 Series Lectern provides a welded steel frame with popular AVIP plates for higher education applications, as well as a wireless charging pad to keep Qi cellular devices charged during class.
The L7 Lectern Series is now shipping and is available in cherry, walnut or white finish, all with silver accents.