Silvanet Mesh Gateway

The Silvanet Mesh Gateway extends the Silvanet Network to large deployments beyond the reach of the standard single-hop direct connection between sensors and gateways in standard LoRaWAN networks. The patent-pending architecture uses a multi-hop mesh network of Gateways interconnected with LoRa and each serving as a standard LoRaWAN gateway to Silvanet Wildfire Sensors and third party sensors.

The solar-powered Mesh Gateways are placed in the forest, forming a mesh network with a typical distance of 2-6 km depending on the topology and physical placement of the Mesh Gateways.

It does not require direct 4G/LTE radio or Ethernet connectivity which ensures low power consumption supported by the built-in solar panel.

Silvanet Mesh Gateway Datasheet


– Extend LoRaWAN networks to large areas
– Solar-powered, maintenance-free
– Supports any LoRaWAN compliant sensors

– Automatic network configuration
– Self-healing, auto fail-over mesh
– Firmware Update Over-the-Air

Size: 56 x 30 x 4 cm
Weight: 2,8 kg
Solar Panel: 50 x 25 cm
Operational Temperature: -40℃ to +85℃
Operational Humidity: 0% to 100% Condensing
Ingress Protection: IP64
Material: Plastic (Weather, UV-proof)

Maintenance: Maintenance-free (10-15 yr)
Mesh Gateway to Border Gateway (Ratio): Typically 20 Mesh Gateways per 1 Border Gateway
Mesh Gateway to Sensor (Ratio): Typically 100 sensors per Gateway, depending on topology
Max distance between Mesh Gateways: 2-6 km, depending on topology and placement of Gateways
Power source: Solar-powered, battery-free
Energy Storage: Supercapacitors
Installation: Mounted on pole or attached to a tree

ISM Bands: NA902-928, AU915
Receive Channels: 4
ISM Bands: EU868, AS923
Transmit Channels: 1
Tx Power: 22dBm
Antenna connection: N-Type

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