HD-Link HL15 Monitor, mouse, and keyboard extender. HDMI, IR, USB 2.0, RS232, and Audio over Cat5e/6, 330ft. KVM Computer extension
Use the HL15 to extend HDMI, IR, USB 2.0, RS232, and Audio signals using a single Cat5e/6 cable up to 330 ft (100m).
The HL15 is great for adding multiple access points to a computer or device. That means you can have your computer in one room and control it from another. You can even turn on the PC with the "remote power switch" via 2-pin power switch header cable (included).
Devices other than computers can also be used. IR signals can also be extended to allow control of devices such as cable boxes or blu-ray players from the display location.
Thanks to HD-BaseT technology, the HL15 is able to transmit over long distances with zero latency. This makes it perfect for any application where low latency is required, such as live events, home theater, and many more.
- Connect your source devices to the Sender (Tx).
- Connect your display and peripherals to the Receiver(Rx).
- Connect the Sender and Receiver using a Cat5e/6 cable (Cat6 recommended).
- Connect the included power supply to the Receiver.
Power on your PC remotely
You can power on your PC remotely from the Receiver location using the included 2-pin power switch cable. Watch this video to see how easy it is.
At first, the extender was not cooperating with the HDMI TV at the far end (USB and other functions were fine), but adding an HDMI splitter right out of the computer, (to feed the near end and far end the same image) did the trick.
good product and is exactly what was specified for the order..
Was not able to drive a DVD monitor; screen blanked out after 2 seconds. Will try again via a VGA adapter when HDMI to VGA cable arrives.
I am very happy with this purchase. I needed to view and control my 12 security cameras from near the master bedroom, yet the NVR system was located in a secure closet across the house. Using the HL15 and one cat6 cable I was able to move the control and monitoring of the NVR to a convenient location. It worked right out of the box simply plugging in the HDMI and USB cables.