I'm going to reverse engineer my code to find the correct value.
Unfortunately I made the mistake in declaring the temperature variable with uint32_t instead of int32_t.
QuoteI'm going to reverse engineer my code to find the correct value.Why?
QuoteUnfortunately I made the mistake in declaring the temperature variable with uint32_t instead of int32_t.So, fix the mistake.
the numbers sound like a 24 bit int - can that be possible?Can you tell more about the sensor ? Link datasheet?16777216 = 2^24=>16777120 = -9616777118 = -9816777095 = -121If the number is to be interpreted with 2 decimals it would be -0.96, -0.98, -1.21 which looks like a stable T measurementPost your code if you need help with reverse engineering,
Rob, if I could I'd send you some Bavarian beer.
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