Aristel AV38 (DD MM). SMDR/CDR data format and connection settings

This data is being extracted with help of the "Advanced PBX Data Logger" software only. It may not applicable for other software titles.

The information from this page are valid for: Ramcom AV-20, Aristel AV-20, Aristel AV-38.

The AV-20 and AV-38 RS-232 Card card is optional and item code is A6RSCA.


Flow control: Hardware
New line separator: CR+LF
Baudrate: 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1

Programming PBX

Access to the system programming zone is restricted to personnel with the "Programming Password". Because it can check the programming steps and information during the programming only LCD Key Phones can be used for programming.

Entering System Programming

On Hook Programming:
Step 1. On Hook.
Step 2. Press [FUNC] + [#]. System will ask for Programming Password.
Step 3. Enter Programming Password. (If password in Program Zone 301-01 is "dd... " then ignore this step.)
Step 4. Press [SAVE].
Step 5. If the system denies the password a continuous tone will be heard. Press [SPK] to quit the programming
status and restart from Step 2. If the system accepts the password you can now enter the system programming and the LCD phone will display the following message.
Step 6. Enter the zone number in which you wish to set the data.
Step 7. Press [SAVE] to confirm the setting data and it will be stored in the system memory. The programming will go on to the next step automatically.
Step 8. Press [FUNC] key at any time to return to the main message.

Default password: dddddddd

NOTE 1: 1. The current programming status will be displayed on LCD. 2. There are 16 characters divided by two (2) lines in LCD display. The upper line is the ROGRAMMING STATUS AREA. The lower line is the SETTING DATA AREA.

REVIEW RS232 STATUS (Console Only)

Step 1: Handset on Hook.
Step 2: Press [TRF/FL] twice (in AV-8/AV-12/AV-38/AV-64/64H), or press [TRF/FL] 3 times (in AV-256).
NOTE 2: If system’s RS232 output is locked will display "SMDR is lock", if system’s RS232
output is unlock will display "SMDR is unlock"

Date and Time

304 - Sets system Date and Time and is controlled by the System’s Real Time Clock. Users can see the current date and time displayed on the LCD. (If format of Date for Australian market = dd/mm/yy)

mm = Month = 01 ~ 12
dd = Day = 01 ~ 31
yy = Year = 00 ~ 99
W = Week = 1 ---> Monday
= 2 ---> Tuesday
= 3 ---> Wednesday
= 4 ---> Thursday
= 5 ---> Friday
= 6 ---> Saturday
= 7 ---> Sunday
HH = Hour = 00 ~ 23
MM = Minute = 00 ~ 59

A6RSCA (RS232 Card) Installation

Connector location

Connector pins

RS232 port location

Serial Pinouts

RS232 wiring


Just 1 RS-232 output outlet for this system.
RS-232 must be installed in the A8MBUA.
The jumper(JP1~JP4) should be confirmed to jump to the right place. The jump method please see the description of Chart 4-8 A6RSCA (RS232 Card) Layout.
The installation has been well shown as above chart. Remark: only point No.2~6 on RS232 to be used in AV-20 KTS

Configuring a COM port

The COM port number should match the number in your system. You can check the correct port number in Devices Manager → Ports.

1. Add a new configuration with the RS232 data source (if you didn't it before).

RS232 Interface

2. Select the COM port and configure the communication settings for your PBX corresponding to your PBX settings.

RS232 or COM port settings for (none)
Port flow control settings (none)

Selecting the correct parser for Aristel AV38 (DD MM)

Parser Selection For (none)

Aristel AV38 (DD MM)

Aristel AV38 (DD MM)

Data items

DescriptionData typeColumn name
Call timedatetimeCALL_TIME
Call durationdatetimeCALL_DURATION
Call duration (s)integerCALL_DURATION_S

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