August 31, 2020
You may have noticed a new icon on your Sena Bluetooth device’s app labeled “Smart Intercom Pairing” (SIP) and thought, “That sounds cool, but what does it do?”. The answer is that SIP makes pairing with over 60 other Sena bluetooth devices much easier and is designed to improve your overall experience. Committed to enhancing our customers’ long-term experience across our diverse product portfolio, Sena continues to develop improved features such as Smart Intercom Pairing.
Let’s take a look at how this new upgraded feature can make pairing Sena and OEM products as easy as scanning a QR code. In this blog post we will explain how to use the SIP feature so that you can hit the road and #RideConnected with ease and precision.
With the latest update to various Sena apps and the supported OEM apps, you can easily pair your headset to your friend’s headset by scanning a QR code to talk to them over the intercom.
SIP creates a universal method across supported Sena and OEM intercom devices for pairing without having to remember the device functionality. This is useful because many Sena and OEM devices function independently, so a universal pairing method will come in handy.
The new SIP feature dramatically simplifies the communication setup for supported bluetooth intercom devices. By pairing all the devices automatically, then storing the order, the process of pairing for group intercom becomes much more streamlined.
Another nice feature included in SIP is the ability to pair with your friend's intercom device with just your smartphone, even when the comm unit is turned off. The very next time you turn on your Sena device the mobile App will beam the connection information and save it for automatic pairing.
With SIP you can connect to friends with the ease of scanning a QR code, store and sort paired devices, and simplify your bluetooth communication experience. Time to get out there and ride!