My mistake on the middle of the night thing. This is what I see in the alarm report during that time.
Basement Freeze Detector (Sensor 41) Extreme Temperature Alarm 12/11/2014 8:47:46 pm
Basement Smoke Detector (Sensor 13) Fire Alarm 12/11/2014 8:47:45 pm
Basement Freeze Detector (Sensor 41) Extreme Temperature Alarm 12/11/2014 8:44:24 pm
Basement Smoke Detector (Sensor 13) Fire Alarm 12/11/2014 8:44:23 pm
Basement Freeze Detector (Sensor 41) Extreme Temperature Alarm 12/11/2014 8:41:26 pm
Basement Smoke Detector (Sensor 13) Fire Alarm 12/11/2014 8:41:25 pm
Basement High Temperature Sensor (Sensor 18) Extreme Temperature Alarm 12/11/2014 8:39:38 pm
Interestingly, the first sensor to alarm was not the same sensor as the subsequent alarms. Sensor 18 has a different RF ID (serial number) than sensors 13 and 41. Sensor 18 is your RE219 flood and extreme temperature sensor. Sensors 13 and 14 are the 2GIG smoke detector. That makes our problem even more difficult because we can’t say it’s isolated to just one potentially faulty sensor.
To me it seems like the problem is more likely with the control panel than the sensors because when the problem occurred you had false alarms from multiple sensors and then the panel rebooted itself which should never happen under normal circumstances.
Has anything weird happened since then? Unfortunately this this might not be an easy one to solve.
On a few occasions I’ve seen 2GIG panels just report open sensors for no apparent reason for a while and then sometimes freeze up and/or reboot themselves. It’s a problem that 2GIG hasn’t yet been willing to acknowledge exists. They haven’t been able to reproduce it and it’s pretty rare. I call it the possessed 2GIG panel problem.
If this was an instance of a possessed 2GIG panel then the best solution I’ve found so far is to issue a hard reset of the panel. Would you like me to try doing a hard reset on your panel remotely? Then it would just be a waiting game to see if the problem happens again.
Those extreme temp and fire alarm sensors will alarm whether or not your panel is armed so arming the panel doesn’t make a difference.