DMP’s 1144-D dual-button panic key fob is the second generation design of the small key fob used as a panic button designed to eliminate the possibility of a false alarm by requiring independent buttons to be depressed for 2 seconds to initiate an alarm. The transmitter includes many of the features of the 1145 series key fobs but with an improved case design. It uses a Sony CR2430 battery that is 30 percent larger than the battery used by the 1145-1 single-button first-generation model. All 1144 Series key fob transmitters are portable, water resistant and designed to be clipped to a keychain or lanyard. The LED visual display acknowledges when a button is pressed. Each fob comes programmed with standard button functions that can be reprogrammed to perform other desired functions.