Middle Atlantic Products Adds Forum Lectern

middle atlantic products forum lectern

Middle Atlantic Products announced the Forum Lectern, the latest solution in the company’s configurable AV furniture product line, Forum Collaboration Suite. Compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the electrically height-adjustable Forum Lectern is perfectly suited for higher education and training or presentation spaces. It offers customization to fit any space, like logo panels, work surface options and colorways.

Here’s a video we shot of it at ISE 2024:

The Middle Atlantic Product’s Forum Lectern is ADA-compliant and height-adjustable to meet the needs of any user in any learning or meeting space. It is available in 42-inch, 60-inch, and 72-inch widths and in four colorways: Wilsonart Designer White, white powder coat, silver gray acoustic felt; Wilsonart Asian Night, graphite powder coat, charcoal gray acoustic felt; Wilsonart Biltmore Cherry, magnesium powder coat, charcoal gray acoustic felt; and Wilsonart Kensington Maple, magnesium powder coat, silver gray acoustic felt.

The lectern “matches the aesthetics of existing Forum products so that it can be installed in the same spaces for a cohesive design.” It can be configured with a flat work surface or Turret work surface. The Turret work surface includes a Presenter’s Panel to mount touch screens, clock timers, microphones and more. The offering also includes work surface power options from A. & H. Meyer — a Legrand Group brand — for power, data and connectivity with power systems in the U.S., Canada, Britain, France and Switzerland, as well as with Schuko plugs and outlets. There is an optional matching 12RU, 16RU or 20RU side rack and 6RU under-worksurface mounted rack for extra rackmount storage. Finally, it is compatible with Chief monitor arms and features a customizable logo panel option for branding the lectern with the school or organization’s logo. The Forum Lectern can be specified now through local sales contacts, with shipping in time for the summer build season.