DMP Releases 1144-D Dual Button Panic Key Fob; Aims to Eliminate False Alarms

The 1144-D requires buttons to be depressed for two seconds before an alarm is initiated.

DMP announces the availability of the new 1144-D Dual Button Panic Key Fob. The 1144 is the second generation design of the small key fob used as a panic button that DMP says virtually eliminates the possibility of a false alarm by requiring independent buttons to be depressed for two seconds to initiate an alarm. The just-released 1144-D Key Fob Transmitter includes many of the features of the 1145 series key fobs but with an improved case design.

The 1144-D employs a Sony CR2430 battery that is 30% larger than the battery used by the very popular 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, providing confirmation that the message was received by the system. Each fob comes programmed with standard button functions that can be reprogrammed to perform other desired functions.

The 1144-D will be joined by the 1144-1, 1144-2 and 1144-4 key fobs in mid-January 2016.

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