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Innovative Universal Design Lectern Introduced By Spectrum Industries


Spectrum Industries is proud to introduce the Freedom Lectern – a combination of quality, flexibility, and aesthetics unparalleled by any lectern on the market.

Today’s lecterns lack the versatility to be ergonomically managed by a variety of staffed instructors. In addressing this issue, the Freedom Lectern reflects Spectrum’s endearing relationship with our customers and their needs. With the push of a button, a whisper quiet electrical lift adjusts the height of the entire worksurface. Generous legroom is provided to give the instructor the option of sitting or standing up. Even wheelchair-bound instructors will find comfort with its ADA compliant design. Elegance is incorporated into this design with smoothly flowing features and casters hidden by a stylish lower skirt. The 1200lb rated casters allow superb mobility with the Freedom Lectern, and top quality construction ensures an extensive lifetime of use. Technological capabilities and convenience are provided with standard cord reel, auxiliary power strip, and grommet pass-throughs. Options include a CPU sling, folding shelf, and pullout work surface that can be used as a keyboard tray.

The Freedom Lectern – a universal design blending expert agility with striking sophistication.
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