Silvair Smart Lighting the Way

Bluetooth® mesh lighting control systems are deployed in offices, retail, healthcare, factories, and other commercial facilities to deliver a combination of energy savings, an enhanced occupant experience, and more efficient building operations.

What is Bluetooth mesh lighting control?

Bluetooth Mesh lighting control systems are an intelligent network of individually addressable and sensor-rich luminaires and control devices that allows each component of the system to send and receive data.

Why Choose Bluetooth Mesh Lighting Network?

Utilizing a low-power mesh network offers industrial-grade solutions characterized by exceptional reliability, scalability, and security. This technology has been extensively validated through numerous application projects, resulting in a high degree of verification and robust global interoperability. Its maturity and trustworthiness make it a dependable choice, and it opens doors to additional value and support within the ecosystem.

How Bluetooth Mesh Works?

Bluetooth mesh extends the capabilities of Bluetooth® radio communications by introducing a new network topology. Each node in the topological network has the ability to receive and send data.
At the same time, the mesh network supports many-to-many device connections and is optimized for creating large-scale networks consisting of thousands of devices.

Silvair Wireless Lighting Control Based on Bluetooth® Mesh

The Silvair smart lighting control system operates on the SIG Bluetooth mesh network and leverages the innovative node scheduling strategy. With this approach, users can configure events within individual nodes to activate predefined scenarios at specified times. This node-based scheduling offers several advantages: it eliminates the need for a gateway device and does not rely on an internet connection, making installations more cost-effective.

System Functionality

• Energy Dashboard
• Scenes
• High/low-end trim
• zone daylight control

• Heat Mapping by Occupancy
• Occupancy sensing
• Timer switch control
• Device daylight control

• Heat Mapping by Energy
• Lighting zones / grouping
• Vacancy sensing
• ON power up behavior

• Scheduling
• Manual control
• Zone linking
• UL 924

Hardware support

• Wireless light controllers in each luminaire.
• Occupancy sensors control lights by zone.
• The daylight sensor controls the light level of the daylight offset.
• Gateway provides remote system access (optional).
• The energy meter measures the energy consumption of the sample or all fixtures.
• Wireless switch, zone control lights.


Designed to drastically simplify the commissioning process, our solutions don’t require specialized trainings or lighting control engineering expertise.


With our commissioning tools, you will set up the entire system faster than ever before. All networking processes are automated, you just need to connect the dots.


With our remote configuration feature, you can perform a large part of the commissioning process from the comfort of your desk. Fine-tuning is entirely remote.


We’re breaking down the barriers to advanced control strategies by lowering the upfront investment, enabling non-disruptive implementation, and shortening the ROI.