Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 with cover
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 without cover
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 with cover
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 without cover

TeSys D Control Relay, 3 NO + 2 NC, <= 690V, 72VDC, Standard Coil

Catalogue Number: CAD32SD
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 with cover
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 without cover
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 with cover
Control relay for connection by screw clamp terminal or lug CAD32 or CAD326 without cover
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
TeSys D control relay
Range
TeSys
Product name
TeSys CAD
Product or component type
control relay
Device short name
CAD
Contactor application
control circuit
Utilisation category
  • DC-13
  • AC-15
  • AC-14
    • Pole contact composition
      3 NO + 2 NC
      [Ue] rated operational voltage
      <= 690 V AC 25...400 Hz
      Control circuit type
      DC standard
      [Uc] control circuit voltage
      72 V DC
      [Uimp] rated impulse withstand voltage
      6 kV conforming to IEC 60947
      [Ith] conventional free air thermal current
      10 A (at 60 °C)
      Irms rated making capacity
    • 140 A AC conforming to IEC 60947-5-1
    • 250 A DC conforming to IEC 60947-5-1
      • [Icw] rated short-time withstand current
      • 100 A - 1 s
      • 120 A - 500 ms
      • 140 A - 100 ms
        • Associated fuse rating
          10 A gG conforming to IEC 60947-5-1
          [Ui] rated insulation voltage
        • 600 V UL certified
        • 600 V CSA certified
        • 690 V conforming to IEC 60947-5-1
          • Mounting support
          • rail
          • plate
            • Connections - terminals
            • screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 1-4 mm²flexible without cable end
            • screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 1-4 mm²flexible without cable end
            • screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 1-4 mm²flexible with cable end
            • screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 1-2.5 mm²flexible with cable end
            • screw clamp terminals 1 cable(s) 1-4 mm²solid without cable end
            • screw clamp terminals 2 cable(s) 1-4 mm²solid without cable end
              • Tightening torque
              • 1.2 N.m - on screw clamp terminals - with screwdriver Philips No 2
              • 1.2 N.m - on screw clamp terminals - with screwdriver flat Ø 6 mm
                • Control circuit voltage limits
                • operational: 0.7...1.25 Uc
                • drop-out: 0.1...0.25 Uc
                  • Operating time
                  • 53...72 ms coil energisation and NO closing
                  • 16...24 ms coil de-energisation and NO opening
                  • 47...63 ms coil energisation and NC opening
                  • 15...25 ms coil de-energisation and NC closing
                    • Mechanical durability
                      30 Mcycles
                      Maximum operating rate
                      180 cyc/mn
                      Time constant
                      28 ms
                      Inrush power in W
                      5.4-5.4 W (at 20 °C)
                      Hold-in power consumption in W
                      5.4-5.4 W at 20 °C
                      Minimum switching voltage
                      17 V
                      Minimum switching current
                      5 mA
                      Non-overlap time
                    • 1.5 ms on energisation between NC and NO contact
                    • 1.5 ms on de-energisation between NC and NO contact
                      • Insulation resistance
                        > 10 MOhm
                        Mechanical robustness
                      • shocks control relay open: 10 Gn for 11 ms conforming to IEC 60068-2-27
                      • shocks control relay closed: 15 Gn for 11 ms conforming to IEC 60068-2-27
                      • vibrations control relay open: 2 Gn, 5...300 Hz conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
                      • vibrations control relay closed: 4 Gn, 5...300 Hz conforming to IEC 60068-2-6
                        • Height
                          77 mm
                          Width
                          45 mm
                          Depth
                          93 mm
                          Net weight
                          0.58 kg
                          Compatibility code
                          CAD
                          Standards
                        • BS 4794
                        • EN 60947-5
                        • IEC 60947-5-1
                        • NF C 63-140
                        • VDE 0660
                          • Product certifications
                          • CSA
                          • UL
                            • IP degree of protection
                              IP2x front face conforming to VDE 0106
                              Protective treatment
                              TH conforming to IEC 60068
                              Ambient air temperature for operation
                              -40-70 °C
                              Ambient air temperature for storage
                              -60-80 °C
                              Operating altitude
                              3000 m without
                              Sustainable offer status
                              Green Premium product
                              REACh Regulation
                              Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
                              REACh free of SVHC
                              Yes
                              EU RoHS Directive
                              Compliant
                              Mercury free
                              Yes
                              RoHS exemption information
                              Yes
                              China RoHS Regulation
                              Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
                              Environmental Disclosure
                              ENVPEP110230EN
                              Circularity Profile
                              ENVEOLI1102030EN
                              WEEE
                              The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
                              California proposition 65
                              WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: Antimony oxide & Antimony trioxide which is known to the State of California to cause Carcinogen harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov
                              Warranty
                              18 months

                              Frequently Asked Questions

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                              Are replacement contacts available for a CAD32 relay?

                              Issue:
                              Contacts need to be replaced in a CAD32** relay.

                              Product Line:
                              TeSys D IEC style relays

                              Environment:
                              CAD relays

                              Resolution:
                              The TeSys D IEC style relays do not offer replacement parts.  Replace entire device.

                              What is the replacement for a CA3KN313BD needed

                               Use a CAD32BD

                              Will the LA4DC1U work with the new CAD32BD relay?

                              Issue:
                              Will the LA4DC1U work on the CAd32BD relay

                              Product Line:
                              IEC relays and accessories

                              Environment:
                              Products sold and used in the United States

                              Cause:
                              Identifying product compatibility

                              Resolution:
                              The CAD32BD with DC coil has built-in coil suppression protection as standard so the LA4DC1U is not needed.


                              CTA-ID : 2031917

                              What the DC current contact ratings for the CAD50, CAD32, CAD503, CAD323, CAD506, and CAD326 relay?

                              Issue:
                              Checking on the DC current contact ratings for the CAD50, CAD32, CAD503,  CAD323,  CAD506, and  CAD326 relay.

                              Product Line:
                              CAD Industrial Relays

                              Environment:
                              Relays and Timers

                              Resolution:
                              Inductive:
                              125V DC - 0.55 Amps make and break, 2.5 Amps cont.
                              250V DC - 0.27 Amps make and break, 2.5 amps cont.
                              600V DC - 0.10 Amps make and break, 2.5 Amps cont.

                               

                              Is the CAD32 Force guided? Are the contacts mechanically linked?

                              Issue:
                              How do the contacts on the CAD32 work

                              Product Line:
                              Relays and Timers

                              Environment:
                              North American Products
                                                                
                              Resolution:                                                                 
                              The CAD32 relays are force guided, and the contacts are mechanically linked.
                               

                              What is the replacement for the CA3DK22BD?

                              Issue:
                              What is the replacement for the CA3DK22BD?

                              Product Line:
                              Relays and Timers

                              Environment:
                              Obsolete Products

                              Cause:
                              Legacy Replacement

                              Resolution:
                              The CA3DK is Obsolete. To electrically replace it, use a CAD32BD & a LAD6K10B
                               

                              What is the equivalent for CS722E240 Sprecher & Schuh Relay?

                              The equivalent for CS722E240 Sprecher Schuh Relay is a CAD32U7 or LC1D098U7 can be used.

                               

                              Can a GV2AF3 or GV2AF4 interconnection block work on a contactor with a DC coil?

                              Issue:
                              Mounting adaptor for GV2 and LC1D contactor

                              Product Line:
                              Motor Starters and Protectors

                              Environment:
                              TeSys GV Manual Starter and Protectors
                              Tesys D Contactors
                               
                              Resolution:
                              The GV2AF3 clip has to be moved to the DC position to accommodate the contactor with a DC coil.

                              What is the altitude derating for a TeSys D-Line contactor?

                              Issue:​
                              What is the altitude derating for a TeSys D-Line contactor?

                              Product Line:
                              Digest 177 Section 18 : Contactors and Starters, IEC

                              Environment:
                              North American Products

                              Resolution:
                              The contactors are fully rated up to 3000 meters. Following are derating multipliers for altitudes above 3000 meters for both voltage and current:

                              Voltage
                              3500m x 0.90
                              4000m x 0.80
                              4500m x 0.70
                              5000m x 0.60

                              Current
                              3500m x 0.92
                              4000m x 0.90
                              4500m x 0.88
                              5000m x 0.86

                              For example, an LC1D80 at 5000 meters:
                              - The maximum rated operational voltage is 1,000V (IEC947-4) and 690V (UL/CSA). At 5000 meters it becomes 1000V x 0.6 = 600V (IEC947-4) and 690V x 0.6 = 414V (UL/CSA).
                              - The maximum rated operational AC3 current is 80A. At 5000 meters it becomes 80A x 0.86 = 68A.



                               

                              Where are the control coil terminals for TeSys LC1D09 to LC1D38 contactor?

                              Issue:
                              Determine the control coil terminal marking and location on LC1D09 to LC1D38 contactor

                              Product Line: 
                              Tesys D Contactors

                              Environment:
                              IEC contactors

                              Resolution:
                              The coil terminals are marked A1 and A2, you can see them on the front of the contactor on the white part (control section).  They are next to the auxiliary contact (13/14, 21/22) terminals.
                               

                              What safety category rating do the CAD TeSys relays meet under IEC EN954-1? Do they have linked contacts?

                              Issue:
                              Safety category listing of CAD TeSys relays

                              Product Line:
                              Relays

                              Environment:
                              TeSys D Relays

                              Resolution:
                              ​The Tesys CAD32** and the CAD50** relays and top mounted adder decks have positively guided or linked contacts.  Therefore the contacts meet IEC EN60947-5-1 and are approved to use in safety systems through category 4.

                              On a TeSys D or TeSys IEC relay, is there a top mounting provision that will allow you to relocate the A1 & A2 terminals from the right side to the top?

                              Issue:
                              On a TeSys D or TeSys IEC relay, is there a top mounting provision that will allow you to relocate the A1 & A2 terminals from the right side to the top?

                              Product Line:
                              TeSys D LC1D09-LC1D65A, TeSys IEC relay CAD**

                              Environment:
                              CAD, LC1D

                              Cause:
                              Assembly/wiring

                              Resolution:
                              The current TeSys IEC D line contactors ( LC1D09-LC1D65A) and the  TeSys IEC  Relay (CAD**) have A1 and A2 Terminals located on the right side of the device. To relocate the A1 & A2 Terminals, consider using the LAD4BB top-mounting wiring accessory.  Please note this device can only be used on the D line contactors or the IEC relays that are provided with AC coils. A mounting accessory for units with a DC coil is not available.

                              What is the maximum UL/CSA AC voltage rating of the LC1D power contacts ?

                              Issue:
                              Identifying maximum voltage of an LC1D contactor

                              Product Line:
                              TeSys D Contactors

                              Environment:
                              IEC contactors and starters used in North America

                              Cause:
                              n/a

                              Resolution:
                              IThe maximum voltage per UL and CSA is 600VAC. 
                               

                              Does CAD32 come with Cat 3 certification?

                              No it does not.
                              Please refer the below link
                              https://www.dguv.de/ifa/Praxishilfen/Software/SISTEMA/index-2.jsp

                              What is the replacement AC coil for CAD32 and CAD50 relay?

                              Issue:
                              AC coil replacement for CAD32 and CAD50

                              Product Line:
                              Relays

                              Environment:
                              Tesys CAD Control Relays

                              Cause:
                              Product selection

                              Resolution:
                              Volt = coil part number
                              12 = LXD1J7
                              21 = LXD1Z7
                              24 = LXD1B7
                              32 = LXD1C7
                              36 = LXD1CC7
                              42 = LXD1D7
                              48 = LXD1E7
                              60 = LXD1EE7
                              100 = LXD1K7
                              110 = LXD1F7
                              115 = LXD1FE7
                              120 = LXD1G7
                              127 = LXD1FC7
                              200 = LXD1L7
                              208 = LXD1LL7
                              220/230 = LXD1M7
                              230 595 21 LXD1P7
                              230/240 = LXD1U7
                              277 781 30 LXD1W7
                              380/400 = LXD1Q7
                              400 = LXD1V7
                              415 = LXD1N7
                              440 = LXD1R7
                              480 = LXD1T7
                              600 = LXD1X7
                              690 = LXD1Y7

                               

                              What reference do I add to the CAD32 or CAD50 to sepcify the coil voltage?

                              Add one of the codes listed in bold below to the end of the code. For example a 24V AC CAD32 would be CAD32B7

                              AC | 24V = B7 | 110V = F7 | 240V = U7 | 415V = N7
                              DC | 24V = BD

                              What is the 110V DC coil to fit a Telemechanique contactor 3P 32Amp

                               The part code is LC1D32FD

                              What is the code for a 32Amp 24VDC 3 Pole Contactor ?

                              Code = LC1D32BD

                              How many normally opened contacts in a CAD32JL?

                              Control Circuit: AC, DC or LC (Low Consumption)
                              Model D Relay 5-Pole (10 Amp)
                              Type: Instantaneous
                              Number of contacts: 5
                              Composition N/O: 3
                              Composition N/C: 2
                              Coil voltages (1)

                              For further information please visit

                              What will be the replacement on CA2DN Series?

                              Has been replaced by CAD32 series.
                              Please refer the following site for more information
                              https://www.ops-ecat.schneider-electric.com/ecat/browse.do?conf=seo_US&el_typ=product&prd_id=CAD32BD&scp_id=US_en
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                              Is the coil on CAD50BL polarity sensitive?

                              Issue:
                              Is the coil on CAD50BL polarity sensitive? 
                              Product Line:
                              Industrial Relays
                              Environment:
                              Tesys D IEC Style Relays
                              Cause:
                              Determine if relay will work for a specific application.                                     
                              Resolution:                                                                 
                              Yes, the DC coil is polarity sensitive - A1 is positive and A2 is negative.
                               

                              What is the 480V coil for a CA2DN31T6 IEC Relay?

                              Issue:
                              What is the 480V coil for a CA2DN31T6 IEC Relay?

                              Product Line:
                              Tesys Relays

                              Environment:
                              Obsolete relays

                              Cause:
                              Product selection

                              Resolution:
                              The LX1D2T6 coil is obsolete. Replace the contactor with the new TeSys product, CAD32T7. Note this is a functional equal only. Accessories for the old product may or may not fit the new design. Confirm dimensions.


                              CTA-ID : 2048217

                              What are force guided contacts?

                              Issue:
                              What does force guided contacts mean for Contactors and Relays ?

                              Product Line:
                              Relays

                              Environment:
                              Features

                              Cause:
                              Definition needed

                              Resolution:
                              Linked contacts are contacts which are mechanically linked in such a way as to ensure that the normally closed and normally open contacts can never be closed at the same time.

                              Mechanical guiding (forced guiding) makes it impossible to close the normally closed and normally open contact simultaneously. If a normally closed contact becomes welded, it must be impossible for the normally open contacts to close when the coil is energized.
                              If a normally open contact becomes welded, it must be impossible for the normally closed contacts to close when the coil is de-energized. Also known as: forced contacts, positively activated contacts, guided contacts, and linked contacts.

                              This Forced guided contact feature is primarily required for Safety circuits and redundant control systems .

                               

                              What is the difference between the LAD4TB and LAD4TBDL bi-directional peak limiting diode?

                              Issue:
                              Identifying the difference between LAD4TB and LAD4TBDL

                              Product Line:
                              IEC contactors and starters

                              Environment:
                              Products sold and used in the United States

                              Cause:
                              Identifying the difference between two similar part numbers

                              Resolution:
                              The LAD4TB is for 24V AC coils for the Tesys Series LC1D09 through LC1D38 contactors when supplied with G7 voltage code. The LAD4TBDL is 24 vdc bi-directional diode offered as a replacement if for some reason the diode supplied with the Tesys LC1D09 through LC1D38 contactors when ordered with BD or BL voltage code breaks or is no longer working.


                               

                              What are the Vijeo Designer v6.2 Runtime specifications/limitations?

                              Issue:
                              What are the Vijeo Designer v6.2 Runtime specifications/limitations?

                              Product Line:
                              Vijeo Designer, XBTGC/GK/GT, HMIGK/GTO/GTU/STO/STU, iPC, Panel PC, Box PC

                              Resolution:
                              Below are the Runtime specifications for Vijeo Designer v6.2.

                              Run-Time Specifications

                              • Use the following statistics as only a guideline for creating your own applications. Some applications may not be able to run despite remaining below these documented numbers because of memory limitations. To make sure your application will run correctly, check the memory requirement for each panel and operation, and compare these requirements with your target machine. For details, see Section 25.3.3, Checking Memory Usage. Always test your application thoroughly before running it in a production environment.
                              • The following statistics were obtained by testing each individually on factory machines. These numbers will vary depending on the operating environment, the complexity of the application, the CPU load, and the amount of memory available on the target machine. Some of these performance numbers can be enhanced with upgraded memory, CF Cards/SD Cards, and hard disks.
                              Panels
                              Number of panels/popup windows (limit) The number of panels that can be created in a project depends on the amount of flash memory available on your target machine and on the size of  each panel. For example, you can have a project on an XBTGT6330 target that contains 100 panels.
                              As the number of panels for your project increases, memory consumption also increases.
                              Number of objects on a panel (recommended) The number of objects that can be placed on a panel depends on the target machine's panel height and width. For example, you can have a project on an XBTGT6330 target that contains 200 objects per panel.
                              As the number of objects placed on a panel increases, memory consumption also increases.
                              Popup windows (limit) Number of popup windows that can be displayed at run time: maximum of 3, which includes the popup keypad.
                              Large Toolchest parts On some targets, large parts placed on a panel may cause a wait time to occur when changing panels. For example, on an XBTGC 2230U, switching from one panel to another panel with a Web Browser took several seconds.
                              Actions
                              Maximum number of actions 100
                              Scripts
                              Maximum length of each script (recommended)
                              For other script recommendations, see Section 18.3.4, Key Points.
                              50 lines
                              Error Logging
                              Number of run-time events stored 100
                              Alarms and Events
                              Number of Alarm Groups and Event Groups in a Target (limit) 32 max.
                              Number of Alarm Categories and Remote Categories in a Target (limit) 32 max.
                              Number of event records in an event group (limit) The number of event records you can store in each event group is 10,000 max. Events are recorded in both History and Log, which results in having two event records for each event that occurs. For example, if you set 10,000 as the maximum number of total records, you can only store 5000 events.
                              Number of alarms in alarm groups (limit) The number of Log and History alarm records you can store in each alarm group is 10,000 max.
                              In the Alarms node, when Backup Alarm Group is set to No, you can store up to 80,000 total Log and History alarms in a target's alarm groups.
                              When Backup Alarm Group is Yes, the number of alarms is limited by the space available on SRAM.
                              Number of alarms in an alarm category (limit) and remote category 60,000
                              Alarm Backup
                              The size required by each alarm message depends on the alarm type.
                              Active: 20 bytes per record
                              History: 24 bytes per record
                              Log: 16 bytes per record
                              SRAM Capacity (Backup) is different for each target machine type.
                              128 to 512 KB (Depends on model. Refer to your hardware manual.)
                              For information about how much SRAM is required by your project, see Section 4.5.1, Target Properties.
                              E-mail
                              Number of attachments per e-mail 1 max.
                              Maximum size of file attachment 10 MB
                              Link Objects
                              Maximum number of definition objects (per Target node) 100
                              Maximum of folder levels in the folder structure for definition objects (per Target node) 5
                              Files
                              Number of text files (limit) 200 max.
                              Text file size (recommended) 50KB max.
                              Number of video files (limit) 200 max.
                              Number of sound files (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
                              1,500 200 200
                              Languages
                              Number of user languages you can create (allowed) 15 max.
                              Variables
                              Number of variables per panel (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC Series All other target types
                              Maximum 2500 variables per panel Maximum 800 variables per panel.
                              Number of variables per target (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
                              12000 max. 8000 max. 8000 max.
                              • For iPCs, if persistent variables such as alarm variables and data logging variables are used, a maximum of 8000 variables can be supported for each iPC target.
                              Number of variables you can share (recommended) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
                              400 300 300
                              • The Maximum Number of Shared Variables is the recommended maximum number of variables that is shared at any one time NOT the maximum number of Sharing-enabled (Read-only or Read/Write) variables. In other words, the number of variables that you set to Read-Only or Read/Write has no limits; only the number of variables that are accessed by other targets is limited. Performance may become an issue if you exceed the recommended maximum.
                              Security
                              Number of security groups per target 20 max.
                              Number of users per security group 100 max.
                              Number of users per target 100 max.
                              Number of users per Vijeo Designer project 200 max.
                              Driver Restrictions on Windows Target Machines
                              Biometric Switch The Biometric Switch's USB driver currently does not support Windows target machines running on embedded Windows operating systems, including Windows XP Embedded and Windows Embedded 7.
                              Drivers not supported on target machines that run Windows operating systems The following drivers are not supported on Windows operating systems, and therefore Windows target machines cannot connect to physical equipment using these drivers. Simulation in Buildtime is also not supported.
                              Schneider Electric:
                              • Modbus TCP/IP USB
                              • Modbus Plus
                              • Modbus Slave RTU
                              • FIPIO
                              • FIPWAY
                              Siemens AG:
                              • MPI/PPI
                              Rockwell Automation:
                              • DH485
                              Data Logging
                              Number of Data Logging Groups in a target (limit) 80
                              Maximum number of variables being logged in a target HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGT1005 / XBTGT2000 and higher / XBTGC / XBTGK / HMIGTO / HMISCU / HMIGK Series HMISTO / HMISTU Series XBTGH Series
                              250 variables max. 100 variables max. 60 variables max. 80 variables max.
                              Table Resources
                              Maximum number of table resources in a tablet/smartphone project 10
                              Maximum number of states in a table resource 255
                              Resource Library
                              Maximum number of Text, Color, Image, Font Resources in a project (limit) 256
                              Maximum size of an image file used in an image resource 1920x1080
                              Forms Printing
                              Number of forms you can create for each user application (limit) 50 max.
                              Maximum number of objects on one form (recommended) 2000
                              Communication
                              Number of equipment nodes (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTO / HMISTU / HMISCU / HMIGK Series XBTGK Series
                              80 max. 48 max. 48 max.
                              Number of scan groups per equipment (limit) 20 max. per equipment node
                              Number of Maximum Share Connections (limit) HMIG5U / HMIG5U2 / iPC / XBTGTW Series HMIG3U / XBTGC / XBTGT / XBTGH / HMIGTO / HMISTU / HMIGK / HMISCU Series XBTGK Series
                              32 8 8
                              • The maximum number of shared connections includes:
                              • Remote targets in target-to-target sharing
                              • Web Gate
                              • Vijeo Design'Air Plus mobile devices
                              • Remote alarm access from other targets
                              • Intelligent Data Services (IDS) tool access
                              Recipe
                              Total number of recipe groups (standard recipe group or Parison Recipe Group) per target 32 max.
                              Number of recipes in a recipe group (limit) 256 max.
                              Number of ingredients in each recipe (limit) for a standard recipe group 1024 max.
                              Number of ingredients in each recipe (limit) for a Parison Recipe Group 64 min.
                              400 max.
                               
                              The user application you create in the Editor is restricted by target machine run-time specifications. The following table lists the memory capacity of available target machines. DRAM memory affects how much information you can display on the panel at one time. Internal Memory affects the total size of your application. SRAM memory affects how much information you can store between run-time sessions.
                              If you are using a tablet/smartphone, the memory capacity depends on the model. See the manufacturer's specifications for more information.
                               
                              Target Machine Memory (DRAM) Storage Media / Internal Memory (Flash Memory) Memory (SRAM)
                              Magelis iPC Compact MPC KT52 256 or 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Compact MPC KT22 512 or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Compact MPC KT12 512 or 1024 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Compact MPC KT55xx2 512, 1024, or 2048 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Compact MPC KT22xxx20 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Compact PC Box MPC KN02 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Smart MPC ST52 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Smart MPC ST21 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Smart MPC ST11 256 or 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Smart/Smart+ MPC ST52xx2/HMI PSx7 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Smart Box MPC SN01 256 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Smart MPC ST21xxx20 512 MB N.A. 512 KB
                              Flex PC Box PTX MPC02 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Flex PC Box PTX MPC05 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Box Performance HMIBPxxx2 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Box Performance HMIBPxxx5 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Box Universal HMIBUxxx1 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Box Universal HMIBUxxx2 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              HMIGTW5354/Panel W HMIPWC5 1-2 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              HMIGTW7354x/Panel Optimum HMI PWC7/PVC7 1-2 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Panel Performance HMIPPx6 4 GB DDR3 (in 1 slot) Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
                              Panel Performance HMI PPx7/PRx7 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Panel Performance HMIPPx9 2-8 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Panel Universal HMIPUx6 2 GB DDR3 (in 1 slot) Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
                              Panel Universal HMI PUx7/PTx7 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Panel Universal HMIPUx9 1-3 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              XBTGTW450 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              XBTGTW652 256, 512, or 1024 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              XBTGTW750/HMIGTW7353 512 MB N.A. 2 MB (Simulated)
                              Rack PC Optimized HMIRSO/HMIRXO 2 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
                              Rack PC Universal HMIRSU 4 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
                              Rack PC Performance HMIRSP 4 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
                              S-BOX PC Optimized HMIBSO 2 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
                              S-BOX PC Universal HMIBSU 4 GB Storage media Use Internal Flash to simulate SRAM.
                              S-Panel Performance HMIPSPx7 8 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
                              S-Panel Performance HMIPSPx9 8 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
                              Enclosed PC Performance HMIPEPx9 8 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated)
                              S-Panel Optimized HMIPSOx5 4 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
                              S-Panel Optimized HMIPSOx7 4 GB Storage media 2 MB (Simulated) or Interface Option ports (IF and IF2)
                              Box Universal HMIBMU 4 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Performance HMIBMP 8 GB Storage media 512 KB
                              Magelis HMIGTO Series HMIGTO1300 128 MB 64 MB 128 KB
                              HMIGTO1310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO2300 128 MB 64 MB 128 KB
                              HMIGTO2310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO2315 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO3510 128 MB 96 MB 128 KB
                              HMIGTO4310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO5310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO5315 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO6310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGTO6315 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              Magelis HMIGTU Series HMIG3U 256 MB 1 GB 512 KB
                              HMIG5U 2 GB 16 GB 512 KB
                              HMIG5U2 2 GB 16 GB 512 KB
                              Magelis HMISCU Series HMISAC (HMIS65/S85) 128 MB 128 MB 128 KB
                              HMISBC (HMIS65/S85) 128 MB 128 MB 128 KB
                              Magelis HMISTO Series HMISTO501 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
                              HMISTO511 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
                              HMISTO512 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
                              HMISTO531 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
                              HMISTO532 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB (Simulated)
                              Magelis HMISTU Series HMISTU655 32 MB 16 MB 64 KB
                              HMISTU855 32 MB 16 MB 64 KB
                              HMIS5T 64 MB 32 MB 64 KB
                              Magelis XBTGT Series XBTGT7340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT6340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT6330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT5430 32 or 64 MB*1 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT5340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT5330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT5230 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT4340 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT4330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT4230 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2930 64 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2430 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2330 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2220 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2130 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2120 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGT2110 32 MB 16 MB 128 KB
                              XBTGT1335 32 MB 32 MB 128 KB
                              XBTGT1135 32 MB 32 MB 128 KB
                              XBTGT1105 32 MB 32 MB 128 KB
                              Magelis XBTGC Series XBTGC1100T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC1100U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC2120T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC2120U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC2230T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC2230U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC2330T 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGC2330U 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              Magelis XBTGH Series XBTGH2460 64 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              Magelis XBTGK Series XBTGK2120 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGK2330 32 MB 16 MB 512 KB
                              XBTGK5330 32 MB 32 MB 512 KB
                              Magelis HMIGK Series HMIGK2310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                              HMIGK5310 128 MB 96 MB 512 KB
                               
                              *1 The XBTGT5430 model comes in two versions that differ in their DRAM size (32 MB or 64 MB). To determine the version of the XBTGT5430, look for the following serial numbers on the manufacturer's label on your target machine:  
                              • 32 MB: PV: 01, RL: 00, SV: 1.0
                              • 64 MB: PV: 01, RL: 01, SV: 1.1
                              In Vijeo Designer when you select XBTGT5430 as a target machine, by default it is set to the 64 MB version. No additional memory check is performed for the 32 MB version. Make sure your application does not exceed the amount of DRAM available on your target machine. To find out the amount of memory available on a target machine, see Section 26.4.6, Displaying Memory.