There are a few UK devices from AlertMe which aren't in the Iris V1 system drivers right now, so examining some code from the past and with @markus's invaluable help deciphering the data block, I present my first drivers!
There's every possibility that these will work with their Iris V1 equivalents as well, given that generation of Iris was built on the AlertMe platform.
They all have presence detection for troubleshooting and system control (using key fobs) plus a 'ranging mode' for checking link quality (LQI). While in ranging mode device LEDs will double-flash to show a good quality link, or triple flash if the LQI is poor. This measurement is transmitted back to the Hub and shown on the device page.
It's also handy if you have a pile of devices in front of you and you've forgotten which is which.
Search for "alertme" on Hubitat Package Manager (HPM v1.8.7 or later is required) or you can install manually by copy-and-pasting the RAW code into Developer Tools > Drivers Code > New Driver.
The Alarm Sensor responds when it hears other alarm sirens. It also mimics a Motion Sensor in its response, as the sound detection capability is not supported in all areas of Hubitat just yet, the driver reporting both sound and 'motion'. Presence, tamper detection, temperature and battery voltage are supported.
The Button has both "Push" and "Hold" triggers. Presence, tamper detection, temperature and battery voltage are supported.
The Contact sensor supports the expected "Open" and "Closed" triggers. Presence, tamper detection, temperature and battery voltage are supported.
The Fob supports both "Home" and "Away" button triggers. Presence and battery voltage are also supported. Please get in touch if you know how to trigger the confirmation sounds on this device!
The Lamp is a desktop indicator rather than a room-illuminating 'bulb', with the ability to run sequences based on RGB colours, fade duration and dwell times. The Lamp has an internal battery and should (!) act as a repeater. Presence and battery voltage are supported.
The Motion sensor supports motion detection, as you may have expected. Presence, tamper detection, temperature and battery voltage are also supported.
The Pendant is essentially a Fob running specialised firmware. It can be used as a standard one-button Fob by reassigning the Fob driver, or it can be used in the manner of a critical care pendant.
Pressing either button registers a Push event and sets the device into "Help Needed" mode, signified by a single beep and single red flash. The Pendant stays in this mode, repeating the call every 30 seconds until the hub acknowledges the request, at which point it switches to "Help Called" mode, beeping twice and flashing the LEDs red continuously. This mode cannot be exited from the Pendant.
The Push events from the "Help Needed" mode should be used to trigger some form of assistance. Once that assistance is confirmed the Pendant can be switched "on", which triggers "Help Coming" mode. This is indicated to the user by three beeps and the LEDs flashing green continuously.
The Pendant can be set back to "Idle" mode by being switched "off".
NOTE: Though you could use this driver to create a facsimile of a critical care pendant system, absolutely no guarantee of reliability or suitability is given or implied.
The Power Clamp is a device for measuring power usage on an AC circuit, using a small clamp which attaches around an incoming domestic live cable. Power usage in Watts, power summary in Kilowatt-hours, tamper, battery voltage and percentage, temperature and device uptime are all supported.
The Smart Plug is a sophisticated remote-control power monitoring passthrough. We support relay on and off, power usage in Watts, power summary in Kilowatt-hours, battery presence, voltage, percentage and charging state, supply presence and state mismatch (for warning when there is load demand but the supply has failed). These outlets also act as repeaters on mains and battery power, so their feature set is pretty much the best I've ever found.
If your smart plugs power down when unplugged from the supply, their internal rechargeable batteries have expired. Here's how to replace them, after which they'll run for ages with mains power off.
There are no doubt errors and omissions, pull requests are gratefully received!
If you do end up using these, please post here to let me know, always good to hear that someone's finding such things useful.