Professional-Grade 1080p DLP® Home Theater Projector for the Consumer Enthusiast

Vivitek D5180HD D5185HD RightHero HiRes

The Vivitek H5080 1080p home theater projector utilizes the latest advancements in video processing technologies to create remarkable image quality.
Vivitek D5180HD D5185HDFront LowRes
Vivitek D5180HD D5185HD IO Ports LowRes

Key features

  • Native 1080p (1920x1080)
  • 1700 lumens and 25,000:1 contrast ratio
  • DLP® DarkChip3™ and BrilliantColor™ technologies from Texas Instruments
  • Manual lens shift (vertical/horizontal)
  • Interchangeable lens options to accommodate different home theater settings
  • 3000 hours of lamp life; Whisper-quiet at 28dB
  • Connectivity options include: Three (3) HDMI v1.3, VGA-In, Component, S-Video, Composite
  • RS-232c for one-touch automation and 12V trigger for simple screen/projector automation functionality
DLP® Technology

DLP® Technology

DLP (Digital Light Processing) is a display technology from Texas Instruments (TI). The technology inside is often referred to as DMD (Digital Micro-Mirrors). It consists of an array of mirrors where each mirror represents a pixel element. For example, a high-definition DLP projector or rear projector with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution would have over 2 million tiny mirrors. Each mirror is attached to an electronically driven hinge that controls the amount of colored light that is reflected from


BrilliantColor from Texas Instruments is a multi-color processing technology that produces vibrant images. BrilliantColor technology uses up to six colors, instead of just the three primary colors, red, green and blue, to improve color accuracy and brightens secondary colors.


High-Definition Television. Generic term that indicates a higher resolution format than previous standards. At present, denotes anything higher than a 480p signal. Most common formats are 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
Full HD

Full HD

Full HD
Native Resolution1080p (1920 x 1080)
Brightness1700 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio25,000:1
Max. Supported ResolutionWUXGA (1920 x 1200) @60Hz
Native Aspect Ratio16:9
Lamp Life and Type2,000/3,000 Hours (Boost/Std. Mode), 280W
Display TypeSingle chip DLP® Technology by Texas Instruments
Chip Size0.65” DMD
Throw Ratio1.54 - 1.93:1 (Std lens)
Image Size (Diagonal)37" - 300" (Std lens)
Projection Distance1.5 - 7 m
Projection LensF = 2.46 - 2.56 f = 22.82 - 28.49 mm
Zoom Ratio1.25x (Std lens)
Lens Shift ( Based on Full Image Height)Vertical: -40% / +120%, Horizontal: +/- 10%
Offset (Based on Full Image Height) Manual Lens Shift
Keystone CorrectionVertical +/- 15°
Video CompatibilitySDTV (480i, 576i), EDTV (480p, 576p), HDTV (720p, 1080i/p), NTSC (M, 3.58/4.43 MHz), PAL (B, D, G, H, I, M, N), SECAM (B, D, G, K, K1, L)
I/O Connection Ports VGA-In (15pin D-Sub), HDMI (3), Component (YPbPr RCA x 3), S-Video, Composite Video, 12v Trigger (2), RS-232
Dimensions (W x D x H)431 x 320 x 160.5 mm
Weight8,6 kg
Noise Level28dB/33dB (Std./Boost Mode)
PowerSupply: AC 100 - 240V Consumption: 310W (Std. Mode), 370W (Boost Mode), Standby <1W
Standard Accessories
Optional Accessories

Replacement Lamp

Lamp Photo 1 D5280U

Power: 280 W
Part number: 5811116085-SU

IR Remote Control

VivitekH1080 H5080 Sieries

Description: Remote Control HC 30 Keys
Part number: No

Vivitek Projector Distance Calculator v2.0




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Note on using the projector distance planning calculator and tips for projector installation:
Calculator accuracy +/-5%. The calculator is designed to help you plan your installation and find the right projector. It is not designed to provide exact dimensions. When calculating the throw distance, bear in mind that the distance is measured from the front of the lens to the projection surface, except for Ultra Short Throw projectors with a mirror system. Where possible, attempt to position the projector in the middle of the zoom range , which is where the optics is optimized for. Try to avoid the extreme outer boundaries as the projector lenses has variance and performance tolerances that could make the screen not being filled, or the image being larger than the screen, caused by small variances in the optical systems. If you need to be at the extreme outer boundaries, we recommend that you order the projector and test the actual distance in your environment before fixing any mounting parts to the wall or ceiling.