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tool, just looked into it a little more. assuming that the water sensors are placed in an area that is prone to get wet, it should work fine. such as a water heater, washing machine, basement. much less expensive is a water alarm. smilar to a smoke alarm. battery operated and sells for approx. $10. it will alert you to a leak, water and you shut off the water yourself.
a smoke alarm alerts you, then you call the fire dept. or put it out yourself. same concept.