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Epson Ultra Short Throw Wall Mount ELPMB75 For select Epson PowerLite UST projectors

Item # 278ELPMB75

Get the most out of your Epson PowerLite projector with this matching wall mount.

Get the most out of your Epson PowerLite projector with this matching wall mount.

Item # 278ELPMB75

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$179.00

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About the Epson Ultra Short Throw Wall Mount ELPMB75

Emily S.

A perfect partner

The ELPMB75 offers a simple and attractive way to mount your compatible Epson ultra short throw projector. It reduces shadow interference and glare so projected content is easy to see. Storage space inside the cover allows you to discreetly mount a mini PC.

Product highlights:

  • wall mount for select Epson PowerLite ultra short throw projectors
  • telescopic mount arm allows projection of 16:9 content from 100 to 160 inches
    • size range for other aspect ratios: 16:10 and 16:6 from 93" to 148", 4:3 from 82" to 130", and 21:9 from 95" to 151"
  • storage space inside the mount cover to allow for mounting of a mini PC
  • adjustment ranges:
    • vertical slide: ±1.6 inches
    • horizontal slide: ±1.8 inches
    • horizontal roll: ±3°
    • horizontal rotation: ±8°
    • vertical tilt: ±3°
  • weight: 20.9 lbs.
  • warranty: 60 days
  • MFR # V12HB12010

What's in the box:

  • Wall-plate
  • Extension arm
  • Projector plate
  • Hexagonal shaft
  • End-cap
  • 2 Wall-plate covers
  • 13 M4x12mm bolts (with flat-washers and spring-washers)
  • M6x20mm bolt (with flat-washer and spring-washer)
  • Three M6x20mm screws (with plastic washers)
  • Four M3x6mm screws
  • Mini-PC plate
  • Masking sticker
  • 2 Rubber caps
  • Safety-wire installation kit
  • Wrench
  • Allen-key
  • User's Guide
  • Wall-Mount Template

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More details on the Epson Ultra Short Throw Wall Mount ELPMB75

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Features

Epson UST Projector Bracket: The Epson ELMB75 is a wall-mount bracket that is designed specifically for select Epson UST projectors weigh up to 33.1 lbs (such as the LS800, EB-810E or EB-815E). The ELMB75 wall-mount projector bracket mounts above the screen to a wood-stud behind your drywall. It's telescopic arm allows you to extend the projector from the wall for installation of 100" to 160" projections screens (varies by projector model). Make sure to mount your projector at an angle of no more than 3-degrees horizontally or vertically in relation to the projection surface.

Note: Normally, you would use a short throw screen with a UST (ultra short throw) projector. However, when mounting a UST projector overhead and above the screen using the Epson ELMB75, you should not use a short throw screen. Instead, use a standard white or grey projection screen (sold separately).

3-Axis Adjustment: The Epson ELMB75 wall-mount projector bracket provides a 3-axis adjustment mechanism allowing you to raise or lower your projector by 1.625", extend or shorten the distance of the projector to the wall from 3.8125" to 12.625", and shift the projector left or right by 1.8125". There is also a vertical tilt adjustment of +/-3 degrees and level adjustment of +/-3 degrees.

Ventilation Note: Make sure your Epson UST projector has proper ventilation. It is important to leave a minimum of 13.75" of space on the right side and 3.75" of space on the left side between the wall and the projector's exhaust. Additionally, the intake vents located on the top right of the projector require a space of 8.25" between the wall and the projector.

Storage Compartment: There is a storage space inside the ELMB75 wall-mount projector bracket that allows you mount a mini PC or streamer.

Cable Management: Your AV cables and power cords can be routed and concealed through integrated channel's in the ELMB75's telescopic arm.

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Customer Q&A

4 questions already asked

Q
Does this stand support using Epson 800 projector with Acoustic Screen? Is there any degrade of picture quality with Acistic Screen using this stand to hang from top?
laxman  Feb 26, 2024
1 answer
A
That is an excellent question, Laxman. The best answer would come from the great people at Epson. Their number is 562-276-4394.
hogan  Feb 26, 2024 (Staff)
Q
Can we use this stand with Acoustic Screen for UST?
laxman  Feb 26, 2024
1 answer
A
Greetings Laxman. Thank you for your question. If you are to use this with one of the Epson UST projectors, and the projector is above the screen, Epson does not recommend an UST screen. If you wish, Epsons number is 562-276-4394.
hogan  Feb 26, 2024 (Staff)
Q
can you turn your projector and throw the other way say 11 feet to screen?
wally  Jan 14, 2024
1 answer
A
You cannot, Wallace. The Epson Ultra Short Throw Wall mount is for use with compatible Epson short-throw projectors only and needs to be mounted on the same wall as your projector screen.
bo  Jan 14, 2024 (Staff)
Q
Will this work with the LS800B?
diego  Jan 03, 2024
1 answer
A
The ELPMB75 is compatible with the LS800.
zachary  Jan 04, 2024 (Staff)

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