SensorSwitch™ SBG BTP Sensor – NEW Features

SBG BTP Sensor + Holophane® High Bays

New Wakeup Feature = Easier Programming

The SensorSwitch portfolio includes multiple sensors designed to be embedded or integrated into Holophane® luminaires that are programmed using an app. SensorSwitch BTP sensors are programmed from the floor using the VLP Mobile App - no lift or ladder required. Now, programming sensors is easier than ever with the new flashlight wakeup feature!

The new feature allows you to update individual fixture settings quickly and easily after completing Bluetooth® batch programming:

  1. Shine a flashlight at the sensors on the fixtures you would like to re-program using a 3-second sequence.
  2. Fixtures identified through the wake sequence will appear on the VLP Mobile App.
  3. Customize the desired settings, and you’re done!

Fixture Compatibility:


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What sensor settings can be programmed using the VLP Mobile App?

  • Occupancy Time Delay
  • Dimming
  • Trim Values
  • Daylight Harvesting
  • Photocontrol Options
  • + more!

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