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22 Panel SAFElife™ C-Cup® Clear Drug Test Cup with EtG Alcohol, FEN, TRA, K2, KET, KRA, and more, 25/Box

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22 Panel SAFElife™ C-Cup® Rapid Drug Test with EtG/Alcohol, Fentanyl, Extra Sensitive Cutoffs, and Adulterants, 25/Box

The C-Cup Clear 22 Panel specialty drug test detects the most commonly abused drugs as well as EtG Alcohol, Fentanyl, Tramadol, K2, Ketamine, Kratom, EDDP. The One-Step cup is manufactured for accuracy, ease of use while maintaining competitive pricing. The C-Cup All-In-One Drug Test Cup can be used for synchronal and qualitative detection of most of the drug metabolites found in human urine at particular cutoff levels. It supplies quick results with an easy to read visual panel immunoassay. Get results quickly and accurately with the T-Cup Clear!

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Features and Benefits

  • Sold by the Box of 25 Tests Cups
  • Forensic Use Only (FUO)
  • No Step Drug Test All-In-One Cup Design
  • Built in temperature strip
  • Larger mouth design for easy use
  • Easy-to-interpret color bands
  • Manufactured for easy transport to laboratory
  • Versatile and easy-to-use
  • Up to 99% accuracy rate
  • Visual adulteration screen versions available
  • Available to test up to 14 substances
  • Reduced shipping costs with compact design
  • Up to 18 months shelf life on average
  • Fast visible sample migration

Download & Print Reference Materials

C-Cup Clear 22 Panel w/Alcohol, Fentanyl, Drug Test Package Insert (PI)

Twenty-Two Panel C-Cup Clear Configuration
Item Number Drugs Tested
Adulterants Classification
TDOAC-L1223A5EFTKK6 AMP300, BAR300, BUP10, BZO200, COC100, EDDP300, HMO300, KET1000, MDMA500, MET300, MOP100, MTD200, OXY100, PCP25, PPX300, THC25, ETG500, FTY20, TRA200, K2 50, KRA300, 6-MAM10 CR - Creatinine
NI - Nitrates
OX - Oxidants
PH -pH Level
SG - Specific Gravity
Forensic Use
Drugs Detected, Cut-off Levels, and Detection Times
Drug (Identifier) Calibrator Cut-off Level Min Detection Time Max Detection Time
Amphetamine (AMP300) d-Amphetamine 300 ng/mL 2-7 hours 1-2 days
Barbiturates (BAR300) Secobarbital 300 ng/mL 2-4 hours 1-4 days
Benzodiazepines (BZO200) Oxazepam 200 ng/mL 2-7 hours 1-2 days
Buprenorphine (BUP10) Buprenorphine 10 ng/mL 4 hours 1-3 days
Cocaine (COC100) Benzoylecgonine 100 ng/mL 1-4 hours 2-4 days
Ecstasy (MDMA500) 3 4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine 500 ng/mL 2-7 hours 2-4 days
EDDP (EDDP300) 2-ethylidene-1 5-dimethyl-3 3-diphenyl pyrrolidine 100 ng/mL 3-8 hours 1-3 days
Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG500) Ethyl Glucuronide 500 ng/mL 1-2 hours Up to 3+ days
Fentanyl (FTL20) Norfentanyl 20 ng/mL 1-4 hours 1-3 Days
Heroin (6-MAM10) 6-Monoacetylmorphine 10 ng/mL 2 hours 8 hours
Hydromorphone (HMO300) Hydromorphone 300 ng/mL 4-6 hours 1-2 Days
Ketamine (KET1000) Ketamine 1000 ng/mL 2-4 hours 2-3 days
Kratom (KRA300) Mitragynine 300 ng/mL 7 hours 5-6 days
Marijuana (THC25) 11-nor-Δ9-THC-9-COOH 25 ng/mL 2hours Up to 5+ days
Methamphetamine (mAMP300) D(+)-Methamphetamine 300 ng/mL 2-7 hours 2-4 days
Morphine (MOPI100) Morphine 100 ng/mL 2 hours 2-3 days
Oxycodone (OXY100) Oxycodone 100 ng/mL 4 hours 1-3 days
Phencyclidine (PCP25) Phencyclidine 25 ng/mL 4-6 hours 7-14 days
Propoxyphene (PPX300) Propoxyphene 300 ng/mL 2 hours 2-3 days
Synthetic Cannabinoid (K250) JWH-018 JWH-073 50 ng/mL 8-12 hours Up to 5+ days
Tramadol (TRA 200) Tramadol 200 ng/mL 8-12 hours 3-7 days

Specialty Drug Panels

Buprenorphine (BUP)

Buprenorphine is an opioid used to treat opioid use disorder, acute pain, and chronic pain. It can be used under the tongue (sublingual), in the cheek (buccal), by injection (intravenous and subcutaneous), as a skin patch (transdermal), or as an implant. Side effects may include respiratory depression (decreased breathing), sleepiness, adrenal insufficiency, QT prolongation, low blood pressure, allergic reactions, constipation, and opioid addiction.

Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG)

Ethyl Glucuronideis a direct metabolite of alcohol. Presence in urine may be used to detect recent alcohol intake, even after alcohol is no longer measurable. Traditional laboratory methods detect the actual alcohol in the body, which reflects current intake within the past few hours (depending on how much was consumed). The presence of EtG in urine is a definitive indicator that it can be detected in the urine for 3 to 4 days after drinking alcohol, even alcohol is eliminated from the body. Therefore, EtG is a more accurate indicator of the recent intake of alcohol than measuring for the presence of alcohol itself. The EtG test can aid in the diagnosis of drunk driving and alcoholism, which has important significance in the forensic identification and medical examination.

Fentanyl (FTY)

Fentanyl is a potent, synthetic narcotic analgesic with a rapid onset and short duration of action. It was first synthesized by Janssen Pharmaceutica (Belgium) in the late 1950s, and It is approximately 100 times more potent than morphine. Fentanyl is a strong agonist at the μ-opioid receptors. Historically it has been used to treat breakthrough pain and is commonly used in pre-procedures as a pain reliever as well as an anesthetic in combination with a benzodiazepine. Fentanyl is frequently given intrathecally as part of spinal anesthesia or epidurally for epidural anesthesia and analgesia.

Synthetic cannabis (K2)

Synthetic cannabis is a psychoactive designer drug derived of natural herbs sprayed with synthetic chemicals that, when consumed, allegedly mimic the effects of cannabis, It is best known by the brand names K2 and Spice. Synthetic cannabis act on the body in a similar way to cannabinoids naturally found in cannabis, such as THC. A large and complex variety of synthetic cannabis most often cannabicyclohexanol, JWH-018, JWH-073, or HU-210, are used in an attempt to avoid the laws that make cannabis illegal, making synthetic cannabis a designer drug Although synthetic cannabis does not produce positive results in drug tests for cannabis, it is possible to detect its metabolites in human urine.

Hydromorphone (HMO)

Hydromorphone belongs to a class of drugs called “opioids,” which includes morphine. It has an analgesic potency of two to eight times greater than that of morphine and has a rapid onset of action. Acute overdose of hydromorphone can produce: Severe respiratory depression, drowsiness progressing to stupor or coma, lack of skeletal muscle tone, cold and clammy skin, constricted pupils, and reduction in blood pressure and heart rate. Severe overdose may result in death due to respiratory depression.

Pregabalin (PGB)

Pregabalin is an anticonvulsant, analgesic and anxiolytic medication used to treat epilepsy, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, restless leg syndrome, opioid withdrawal and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Common side effects include headache, dizziness, sleepiness, confusion, trouble with memory, poor coordination, dry mouth, problem with vision, and weight gain. Serious side effects may include angioedema, drug misuse, and an increased suicide risk. When pregabalin is taken at high doses over a long period of time, addiction may occur.


Tramadol is a strong pain medication used to treat moderate to severe pain that is not being relieved by other types of pain medicines. Tramadol is a synthetic opioid and acts in the brain and spine (central nervous system) to reduce the amount of pain you feel. As is typical of opioids, common side effects include constipation, itchiness, and nausea. Serious side effects may include hallucinations, seizures, increased risk of serotonin syndrome, decreased alertness, and drug addiction.

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