Can't say for sure since I don't have one but it looks like a Dome. I have a Zooz that looks the same also and works with the same driver as the Dome. Both give me the same issues with repeating chime sounds. If this is the same Alarm with a different name, it may have the same issues. When I was on ST, I tried a couple different drivers with these but had the same issues no matter what.
I've already written ST handlers for the Aeotec Doorbell 6 and Aeotec Siren 6 so if there isn't a dedicated Hubitat driver by the time it's released then I'll port mine.
ST doesn't support the Sound Switch command class either, but my handler is fully functional because I'm sending/parsing the raw z-wave commands. I've already tested that the raw commands work with Hubitat so that won't be an issue.
You need it to change the chime volume which I just added that functionality to my ST handler.
The major benefit to the Zooz Multisiren is that you can add your own sound files to it and I don't believe they're limited to 20 seconds which is the limit for the Aeotec Doorbell GEN5.
It has the same duplicate beep issue as Dome and Zooz ZSE19, but the version with the red LED will work with the Dome driver. The new version with the blue led should be able to play sounds using the Dome driver, but I believe some of the configuration parameters are different and sound #9 is silent which allows you to use the device like a strobe.
For something completely different, any old computer or laptop or even an RPi can run VLC which will listen on port 8080 and VLCThing can send sounds or voice Porting VLCthing. I have my laptop (I work from home) on a static IP, and VLC running in the background, so I get notices for all kinds of things right at my desk. I also have another laptop that I use as a media center, and is always on, and has VLC running in the background to announce to whomever is listening. Tells me which door and when. Also announces presence arrivals and departures. It's 2019, why settle for just a beep?
Looks just like the one I have but mine is Blue not Green.
The multiple chimes is a source of bemusement as sometimes it'll just do a single chime when the front door opens, for days and then all of a sudden it'll do 2, 3 even up to 6 at once.
I initially thought it might have been contact "bounce" or multiple triggering but it is NOT. As others have discovered it seems to be a bug in the device, seen across multiple platforms.
It's been demoted to REDUNDANT status and replaced by a Google Home Mini which works great and can do so much more.