I have a whole house humidifier connected to the duct just above my gas furnace. Occasionally it will start to overflow and water will come down onto the furnace housing. I have a "water watchdog" sensor taped there now and it will alarm loudly, but that won't help if nobody is home. So I'd like to put on a smart leak detector instead. But I need one that can handle temperatures up to about 120-130F. Temperatures don't seem to be commonly listed on the leak sensors I've seen.
If I can't find one to handle the heat, then maybe I can extend the screws of the sensor to keep the device a bit above the heat. Of course I'd rather find something that doesn't require me to be MacGyver.
Does anybody know of a leak sensor that might work without modification?