Once activated (i.e. it gets wet) this sensor creates a Trigger "When water detected." So far, so good -- I can use this to send me an email, push notification, SMS, etc.
There's a glitch, however; instead of just one Trigger, the sensor appears to keep sending multiple Triggers continuously until you reset it. This appears to be an attribute of this Insteon device.
This causes Stringify to eventually block all actions associated with the sensor Thing (for example, after the Flow runs a couple times) because it looks like a glitch to Stringify. Kris confirmed in an email that this was happening in particular because there's a limit on the number of SMSs Stringify will send because they cost the company $.
Problem is, after testing this Flow numerous times (even after removing the SMS and Notification Things), all actions related to this Trigger appear to be blocked.
Any suggestions for a workaround? I have over 30 devices on my Insteon hub and would prefer to stick with their leak sensor, but I'm open to suggestions of a different sensor if I can integrate it in Stringify without having to get a new/different hub.