Order any AmpliVox lectern and we will include our
S1180 LED Lectern Light at no additional cost

This LED lamp provides a bright, focused light on your presentation while not blinding you nor distracting your audience. The 9” flexible gooseneck allows you to easily aim the light where you need it.

Powered by THREE “AAA” batteries (not included), this bright white LED light is rated at 100,000 hours.


Carb Compliance

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is a department of the California Environmental Protection Agency. It is an environmental state-funded group that works to attain healthy air quality and protect the public from exposure to toxic air contaminants. Their scope includes motor vehicles, fuels, and consumer products. CARB establishes air quality standards and monitors air quality.

In April 2007, CARB voted to implement new limits for formaldehyde emitted from composite wood products. This California regulation governs the formaldehyde in both raw composite wood panels and finished products sold or used in California. Both imported and domestic products are regulated and must be third-party certified and clearly labeled to indicate they meet California's requirements.

The CARB measure focuses on Formaldehyde, which is a common ingredient found in adhesives used in composite wood products, as it cross-links with other ingredients to form a strong bond. The regulation applies to hardwood plywood, particleboard, medium density fiberboard (MDF) and all products (furniture, cabinets, flooring, store fixtures, millwork, countertops, doors, etc.) made with those products.

CARB Phase II: Limit of 0.09 ppm Particleboard (PB) and Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF)
Yes No

Are products powder coated?
Yes No

Lead in Surface / Painted Coating: Limit of 90 parts per million (ppm) on all furniture articles for consumer use or toys and other articles intended for use by children 12 or younger
Yes No

Total Lead Substrate Content: Limit of 100 ppm
Yes No

Certain phthalates: limit of 0.1% (of total weight) in toys and child care articles of DEHP, DBP, BBP, DINP, DIDP, DNOP
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Mandatory Toy Standard: (ASTM F963), which relates to safety requirements, labeling, and testing for hazards caused by magnets (flux index must be less than 50); certain toxic substances; toys with spherical ends; hemispheric-shaped objects; cords, straps, and elastics; battery-operated toys; and more.
Yes No

Small Parts Labeling: products for children under 3 years of age that contain small parts that fit entirely within the small parts cylinder
Yes No

Tracking Labels relates to facilitating product recalls
Yes No

Do OEHHA California Proposition California Proposition 65 regulations apply to any of your products?
Yes No

Environmental Policy

Green Statement
CARB Compliance