My all-season cottage has a Prestige 110. In Dec 2012 it went into hard lock-out mode during a heavy nor-easter snow and wind storm. Apparently a power sag/brown-out (but not full interruption) results in a hard lock-out. It was fortunate I arrived from vacation to find the indoor temp to be 34F degrees. The auto reset does not work in this power sag situation and the manual re-set did not work until I powered the unit off and on. Triangle Tube is sending me a fix-kit for power sags -- saying it has something to do with a condition (i.e. the boiler can't reset automatically) caused by 6000V rural tranformer electrical servcie.
Needless to say, I am now worried about leaving my cottage heated and not being there daily. Other suggestions have been to put the boiler on an automatic timed power-off/power-on switch to cause it to premptively auto reset itself. I am wondering if there is such a thing as a remote notification solution that will send an alarm to my phone or computer when the temperature of the cottage drops below a set temp?