Lutron has a line called Maestro Wireless that has a wireless daylight sensor.
First you would have to have a Maestro Wireless switch or dimmer to match your light source. Then you can program the sensor to be recognized by the switch/dimmer. If I understand your question about multiple light sources, for each light source you might have a separate switch or dimmer for each source. Some sources switched on the same switch can be used, like low voltage and regular incandescent on the same (lv or elv) switch. Linear fluorescent would have to have either switches or Lutron ballast that match the system but would dim with readings from the daylight sensor.
You can use the same daylight sensor with different switches or dimmers. You can also use occupancy sensors inline with the daylight sensor. The picture below should explain more.
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