Epson EcoTank L4160 Driver

Epson EcoTank L4160 Driver

The Epson EcoTank L4160 printer model supports the Epson Micro Piezo print head with 180 nozzles for black printing. On the other hand, color printing works through the 59 nozzles for each color. Moreover, its minimum droplet size is about three picolitres (pl) with a variable-sized droplet technology. In addition, the ink technology has the pigment black and dye color inks as part of its system. Epson EcoTank L4160 also has an internal driver for various OS versions compatibility.

Epson EcoTank L4160 Printer Driver Downloads

Driver for Windows

Filename Size Download
Printer Driver for Windows 32 bit.exe 33.64 MB Download
Printer Driver for Windows 64 bit.exe 37 MB Download
Scanner Driver for Windows.exe 26.35 MB Download
Universal Print Driver for Windows.exe 54.13 MB Download

Driver for Mac OS

Filename Size Download
Printer Driver for mac OS X.dmg 58.13 MB Download
Scan 2 Driver for mac OS X.dmg 24.20 MB Download


The printing resolution from the Epson EcoTank L4160 model is up to 5760 x 1440 dots per inch (dpi) at the best mode. This device Epson EcoTank L4160 is also suitable for both a home and an office desktop printer with the other to scan and copy documents. At the ISO/IEC 24734 standard print mode, the print rate is 10.5 pages per minute (ppm) for black documents and five ppm for color documents. However, the rates differ in the standard print mode.

Standard printing has a work rate of 33 ppm for black pages of plain paper. On the other hand, color printing has a speed of 15 ppm for the same plain paper with an average wgt of 75 gsm. However, the print rate is 69 seconds per page when printing on Epson Premium Glossy photo paper. Meanwhile, this machine also supports duplex printing at the standard model with a speed of 6 ppm and four ppm for monochrome and color documents.

In scanning, the machine has an optical resolution of up to 1200 x 2400 dots per inch (dpi) for horizontal and vertical sides. Meanwhile, single-sided scanning is up to 2.4 milliseconds per line for an input resolution of 300 dpi.