HD-Link HL10 by Sewell

HDMI over Cat5e/6 Extender, up to 175 ft.

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Don’t let the HDMI distance barrier hold you up. Use this extender to send your HDMI signal over a single Cat5e/Cat6 cable up to 175 ft (60M).

How This Works

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

  1. Simply connect the units together with one Cat5e/6 cable.
  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. Your HDMI extension is now ready.

HDMI over Cat5


Mfg. Part Number

  • SW-29969


  • Link by Sewell


  • Extends HDMI
  • Single Cat5e/6


  • Distance: 175 ft (Cat6 is recommended)
  • Resolution: up to 1080p
  • Does not support 3D functionality
  • Audio Input: DTS-HD, Dolby TrueHD, LPCM 7.1, DTS, Dolby AC-3, DSD
  • Audio Output: LPCM7.1, DTS, Dolby AC3, DSD
  • Max Length of input/output HDMI cable: 50ft w/ 26AWG
  • Power: DC 5V 2A
  • Weight: 200g
  • Dimensions: 82mm x 44mm x 22mm


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Does this work through a switch?

Anonymous - 12/6/2013 12:01:58 PM

6 found this review helpful

Pros: Does this require point-to-point connection, or will it work through a network switch?



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gene - 10/27/2014 1:20:10 PM

5 found this review helpful

Pros: By using the extenders we have been able to set up a projector that is 55 feet from the computer. We are not able to stream videos and seminars. It works very well.

Cons: It has some shielding problems when it comes to flourescent lighting. One in the facility has a bad ballast and it picks up the buzz from the ballast.


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Barclay - 3/24/2014 12:31:22 PM

5 found this review helpful

Pros: Very easy to setup and works very well. This is the second set of these I have purchased in the past year.

Cons: None.

Other: I had issues with the set that I received. I contacted tech support with my issue and they sent me out a replacement set the same day with a postage paid shipping label to return the problem pair. The replacement pair worked perfectly. I appreciate the good customer service and the quality of the product. The original set I purchased last year has work perfectly with no issues and I look forward to the second set to perform equally well.

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Hotel owner

- 6/19/2019 12:17:32 PM

Worked perfectly! Converted Cat5e cable (cheaper and easier to run) to HDMI signal making an alternate monitor for a surveillance system.

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HDMI across a whole bulding

The Bug H - 2/17/2019 7:24:05 PM

Simple setup. Small size. One hundred fifty feet over Cat6 at 1080p. Haven't tried 4k yet.

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Works ok

Chris - 1/13/2019 11:05:01 PM

I am using this with CAT5e cable, works well up to about 100ft. I have another one at 150ft and it doesn't work.

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Perfect solution for extra monitor in church

- 12/12/2018 9:28:43 AM

I paired one of these with a splitter and it worked great for mirroring our primary display to an auxiliary room in the same building. We used good Cat6 cable which I think helped the range. (Some people who are disappointed in the range might be using cheaper cable - usually with digital signals it's all-or-nothing, but in this case that all-or-nothing can actually go a lot further with good copper, proper twisting and a decent jacket, not to mention being careful to terminate the ends well).

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Works great and easy install

- 3/7/2018 10:14:06 AM

Easy to install, just followed the instructions. My cable box is on an end table and my tv is over the stone fireplace. About 30 feet of CAT 6 and just plugged it in. Great picture

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My Cat wire is split in a cabinet before heading back to tv. Will this work if an Ethernet connector is used to continue run?


As long as you have all four twisted pair terminated in a dedicated line from the sender to the receiver, it will work fine. Just please note that it can't go through a network or anything like that.

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