I bought your DS18B20 sensors for my setup. I haven’t completed my build yet, but in the meantime, I am planning to smoke a large brisket next week, and I’m interested in using the Spark and temp probes to monitor smoking temp (no PIDs, just monitoring). The grill will be at 225ºF for about 12-18 hours. I notice that the sensors you advertise have a “high temperature silicone cable”. Do you think they will withstand this environment? I’ll have one sensor in the grill box reading air temperature, and one sensor in the meat. I will do this at my own risk and won’t complain to you if the sensors melt, but I’m curious if you even think this is worth trying.