Why do my Corridor lights keep turning ON and OFF when using Corridor Linking
Corridor Linking uses a Network Variable (NV) that is sent onto the Ethernet network once per minute. This NV triggers/retriggers the sequence used in the Corridor Linking NV settings. If delays used in the Corridor Linking Sequence are less than one minute, then it is possible the Sequence will run its course and then be retriggered by the NV soon after. This can result in Corridor lights turning ON > MIN > OFF > ON > MIN > OFF > etc. See Sequence 2 below for an example of bad delay settings.
Below are examples of a good and bad sequence used for Corridor linking:
Sequence 1 (Good):