The Vivitek D512-3D digital projector plays 3D content from virtually any video source, and can convert 2D content to 3D without an external box. This 2D to 3D Ready projector features a brightness level of 2600 lumens and a 3000:1 contrast ratio to deliver sharp, vibrant pictures. With DLP®/BrilliantColor™ technologies and connectivity options including HDMI v1.3, the Vivitek D512-3D is ready to display the latest video content.
Native SVGA resolution and displays up to UXGA (1600 x 1200)
2D to 3D conversion via HDMI
Connect to any standard or 3D Blu-Ray player for 3D viewing
Watch 3D broadcasts via cable or satellite
High-efficiency lamps that last up to 4000 hours (in economy mode)
DLP® and BrilliantColor™ technologies by Texas Instruments
Keypad lock feature to avoid accidental change to the setting
Rapid on/off feature
Enhanced color and display adjustments
SVGA (800 x 600)
UXGA (1600 x 1200)
3000:1 (Full On/Off)
Lamp Life and Type
≈3000/4000 Hours (Standard/Economy Mode), 180W
Lamp Part #
Single 0.55” DLP® Technology by Texas Instruments
1.92 to 2.14:1 (Distance/Width)
Image Size (Diagonal)
40” to 300” (1.0 to 7.6m)
3.3’ to 32.8’ (1.0 to 10.0 m)
F = 2.52 - 2.73, f = 24.34 - 25.95 mm
1.1:1 Manual Zoom/Focus
4:3 Native, 16:9 Compatible
Horizontal Scan Rate
15, 30 to 90 KHz
Vertical Scan Rate
43 to 85 Hz
Card-Type IR Remote
TableTop or Ceiling Mount (Front or Rear)
UXGA, WXGA, SXGA+, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA Resized; VESA Standards; PC and Macintosh Compatible
Accessories are currently not available from the manufacturer at this time.
Standard Warranty 1 Year on Parts and Labor/90 Days on lamp
*Extended warranty will be available for selective partners.
DLP projectors with BrilliantColor technology feature multicolor processing to produce vibrant images on the screen. It not only improves color accuracy, but brightens secondary colors as well, for accurate, true-to-life images.
DLP technology allows manufacturers to create a filter-free projection design. Filter-free means significant savings and lower maintenance efforts over the projector's lifespan, which means a lower total cost of ownership for the projector.