The 5 Panel Clicker Drug Test is easy to use, convenient and up to 99% accurate. The test cup has a one-step, fully integrated and self contained screening cup. The cup is FDA (510) K Cleared and CLIA Waived. The 5 panel CLIA Waived drug test screens for the presence of Cocaine, Buprenorphine, Benzodiazepines, Morphine, and Methadone in human urine, which is qualitatively analyzed to indicate a positive or negative test result.
The 5 Panel Clicker Drug Test Cup is a one-step immunoassay device, that uses the principle of competitive binding. It simplifies urine collection and maintains fast and reliable test results. This drug test cup offers a clean and affordable approach to onsite urine drug testing and drugs of abuse detection. The device is equally comfortable to obtain a urine specimen for both males and females due to the round opening at the top of the cup.
Drug Configuration: BUP10/BZO300/COC300/MOP300/MTD300
Features and Benefits
●FDA 510 (K) Cleared
●One-Step drug test cup
●Results in 5 minutes or less
●24 month shelf life
●Up to 99% accurate
|Detectable Drugs||Abbreviation||Cut-Off (ng/mL)||Detection Time|
|Buprenorphine||BUP||10 ng/mL||1 to 3 days|
|Benzodiazepines||BZO||300 ng/mL||1 to 4 days|
|Cocaine||COC||300 ng/mL||2 to 3 days|
|Morphine||MOP||300 ng/mL||2 to 3 days|
|Methadone||MTF||300 ng/mL||1 to 3 days|
These are only guidelines as the times can vary significantly from these estimates, based on how long the person has been taking the drug, the amount of drug they use, or the person’s metabolism.
A urine drug test is the most commonly used test when job applicants or employees are screened for illegal drugs or alcohol use. Urinalysis shows the presence of drug residues that remain in the body after the effects of the drug have worn off.
A typical urine drug test for employment purposes screens for drugs including amphetamines, cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines, and opiates.
Urine tests may be required as part of pre-employment screening or may be conducted randomly by employers, especially for employees in certain occupations.
Learn about workplace drug testing at SAMHSA.gov.