HD-Link HL13 by Sewell

HDMI and IR over cat5e/6, TCP/IP, 330 ft.

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The HL13 extends HDMI and IR signal over a TCP/IP network. One "Sender" can be used to extend the signal to multiple HL13 Receivers. The HL13 can also be used without a network switch as a "point-to-point" extender by using a single Cat5e/6 cable up to 330 ft.

NOTE: We reccomend using the HL13 on a dedicated network switch because of the high bandwidth that video requires. You may use it on an existing network but you might experience network delays or heavy compression on the video.

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How This Works

This kit comes as a pair, with one sender unit and one receiver unit.

  1. Connect the units together with a Cat5e/6 cable. If you are connecting multiple receivers to one sender, connect all units to the network switch.
  2. Connect your HDMI cables from the sender and receiver units to their respective display or source device.
  3. Plug in the included power supplies.
  4. Optional: Connect the included IR cables to control your source device from the display location.

HDMI over Cat5


HDMI over Cat5

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Yes, it will work through a network using TCP/IP. See the Connection Diagram for more details.
A: The manual can be found in the download section at the bottom of the page. Link: Downloads
A: Yes, cables with lower specs such as Cat5 and CCA cables can limit the transmission distance of HD-Link products. For best results we recommend pure copper Cat5e or Cat6 Cable such as our PureRun Cat6 cables.
A: Yes, this unit uses compression to efficiently send the video signal over long distances.
A: No, it uses its own proprietary signal.
A: The HD-Link HL13 assigns the IP addresses automatically. It will work without a router when using it as a "Point-to-Point" extender or with a router using TCP/IP.
A: Yes. You can see the instructions here.
A: We've tested it with eight receiver units, but it should work with a lot more than that depending on your network switch.
Yes, you can purchase additional HL13 receivers Here:SW-29969-R.
Yes, you can use multiple senders on the same network, BUT you must assign each sender and receiver their own IP address manually to group each sender to their respective receivers.
A: No, the HL13 does not have "Power over Ethernet". You must connect the included power adapters for both the sender and the receiver. If you need a PoE option, check out the

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Mfg. Part Number

  • SW-29969-PRO


  • Link by Sewell


  • Extends HDMI and IR
  • TCP/IP Support (Can connect multiple receivers to a single sender over a local network)
  • Supports Deep Color
  • Single Cat5e/6


  • HDMI 1.3, HDCP 1.1 and DVI 1.1 Compliant
  • Resolution: up to 1080p
  • Operation Distance: up to 330 ft (100m)
  • Frequency Bandwidth: 2.25Gbps (Single Link)
  • IR Frequency: 20-60 kHz
  • Power Supply: DC 5V- 2A
  • Dimensions: 65 x 100 x 25mm
  • Operating Temperature: 0°- 40°C / 32°- 104° F
  • Storage Temperature: -20°- 60°C / -4°- 140° F

Package Contents

  • HDMI Extender Transmitter
  • HDMI Extender Receiver
  • IR Transmitter
  • IR Receiver
  • 5V DC Power Supply: 2 pcs



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IT MANAGER, Church Sound and Video person

JM Sound guy - 10/19/2017 7:38:32 AM

3 found this review helpful

Pros: Product was easy to set up and worked just as we expected. WE used it to send video/audio to our nursery at church. Nursery workers were very pleased that they could watch the sermon and still care for the young children.

Cons: None that come to mind

Other: I would recommend anyone who is looking to be able to extend a HDMI signal any distance at all to look into the HL 13 HDMI and IR over Ethernet cable as a solution. I find it works as good as the more expensive unit that is on our projector system.

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Multiple Receives

Scottb8888 - 3/26/2016 12:43:38 PM

2 found this review helpful

Pros: Secret s you need an older switch to make this work. I'm using a TPlink

Cons: Not much documentation on multiple receivers


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Works like a charm!

DBlock - 12/1/2017 2:04:29 PM

1 found this review helpful

Pros: Works just as advertised (if not better).

Cons: None

Other: Second purchase of this device. Both working flawlessly.

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HD-Link HL13 workin in minutes

- 7/23/2018 5:39:26 PM

Easy hookup, I had the HD-Link H13 connecting my cable box to a wall mounted flat screen in minutes, which allowed me to have no wires appearing with the flat screen and using my cable box in a location on the other side of the room.

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Allowed me to build an in-home media "data" center.

- 7/20/2018 7:06:32 AM

Allows me to co-locate blu-ray and laser disc player (yes still use them) with other network equipment in the house and have the source hdmi signal available to multiple televisions in different rooms.

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HDMI over 150Ft

Mark - 7/16/2018 3:57:40 PM

No issue with HDMI over 150ft Cat6 cable. Simple works out of the box.

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Perfect fit to my needs

- 7/12/2018 9:42:49 AM

Easy to set up, small size, and quality of workmanship are all a huge plus.

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IR problems

DBlock - 6/9/2018 3:47:53 PM

Video is great

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