Epson EB-410W Projector Lamp with Module

Watch a 360° Lamp Preview

Epson EB-410W Projector Lamp with Module

Epson EB-410W Projector Lamp with Module

Technical Information

Brand Epson
Projector Model EB-410W
Lamp Part Number ELPLP42
Type Projector Lamp with Module
Internal SKU # MPLL09015

Free Shipping Free Shipping On Ground Orders

Payment Options
Lowest Price Guaranteed Purchase Orders We Accept Purchase Orders
Original Lamp

The Epson EB-410W is made from ORIGINAL** parts and is intended as a replacement for use in Epson brand projectors and is a replacement lamp for the alternative projector models listed below.

It has an average operating time of 3000 hours and includes a 170 Watt E-TORL lamp made by PHILIPS, USHIO or OSRAM. The MyProjectorLamp price is only $110.99 for the projector lamp.

The Epson EB-410W and projector lamp module both come with a full manufacturer warranty.

** ORIGINAL refers to the company that originally manufactured the product. When referring to Lamps and Bulbs, ORIGINAL designates a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.

Shipping Calculator Shipping Calculator

Do you have a question about this product?

If you have a question about the product specifications or the functionality of the lamp, please type it in here and contribute to the MPL community. You will automatically get a $5 discount code to complete your order! Click For Details »

If you have a question related to price or shipping please contact our helpful, accountable Customer Service.

Question Answered

Q Would I also need to replace the air filter ? Asked by trevor On Sept. 28, 2018, 2:06 a.m.

A Hello Trevor, thank you for your question. It is recommended to replace the air filter when the lamp is replaced. However, we have had many years of success of cleaning the air filter in our projectors at least once a month and only replacing it when the filter has already been washed to many times and the filter cloth on the filter is starting to become damaged.
Answered by MyProjectorLamps On Oct. 9, 2018, 3:14 p.m.

Lamp for these Projector Models