The Ring Keypad Gen 2 does make a sound as the exit and entry delays are going, The problem is that recent firmware has made it a sometimes less then reliable device. If you have a older device it seems to work pretty well. Mine does.
Should you have an Android tablet or old Android phone dedicated to being used as a dashboard, install the Fully Browser, load the sound files you want to play onto the device, then use the FKBC app and RM to control which sound and when the sounds are played.
I highly recommend the Ecolink 700 series Z-wave chime/siren. The primary disadvantage is that it costs $69. I have two of the devices....one on the 1st floor, one on the second.
It comes with a built-in set of 20 chimes and siren tones. However, you can store custom sound files in the wav format on a microSD card to use your own custom sounds. I have mine set up so that it announces such things as:
The front door has been opened.
There is motion in the foyer.
The chest freezer has malfunctioned (when the temperature goes higher than 0F).
A water leak has been detected in the laundry room.
In total I have 44 different custom announcements., but could add more if needed.
I notice on Amazon they have an older version of this, SC-ZWAVE5. It says it’s a siren and chime. But HE’s list only shows siren driver for it. It’s quite a bit cheaper but wonder if the chime siren driver will work with it.
The Gen 500 device is only rated 2.7 stars on Amazon. That does not bode well for the device.
I know the Gen 700 device works well with Hubitat. Yes, it is more expensive, but is it worth the risk of purchasing the less expensive device just to save $30. Another good feature of the 700 series device is battry backup. Thus, if you have backup power for your hub, the chime will continue to work even during a power failure of limited duration.