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Helium Console

This page has not been fully updated to represent the latest state of the Helium Network following the migration to Solana on April 18, 2023.
Helium Console is being deprecated

The Helium Console is being deprecated and should not be used for new projects. Instead, refer to the LoRaWAN Network Server documentation and read up on ChirpStack.

The Helium Console is a web-based device management tool hosted by the Helium Foundation that allows developers to register, authenticate, and manage their devices on the Helium network. In addition to device management, Console provides prebuilt connections called Integrations to route device data via HTTPs or MQTT; or directly to cloud services like AWS IoT.

Device Management includes:

  • Flows: a visual-centric view of the key elements in Console and allows users to instantly understand the relationship among devices, functions, and integrations.
  • Organization structure with labels, and user-level permissions
  • Device ID registration and seamless, secure onboarding and authentication
  • Data Credits for utilizing the Helium Network

Console is available as a free to use hosted application for demo and educational purposes (up to 10 devices) at


Console hosted by the Helium Foundation provides a way for users to easily onboard and test or demo devices on the Helium Network. It is capped at 10 devices and a single Organization. For large deployments and commercial use, users should consider Console Hosting Providers in the ecosystem here (note: this is not an exhaustive list, and listing does not equal endorsement).

Learn more about how to get started using Console with our Tips and Tricks videos here.

Getting Started