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Converting Integer Data Type to Celsius or Fahrenheit
Simple conversion escapes me

How do I convert an integer data type to Celsius or Fahrenheit? For example 0-32767

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What temperature value does your count of 32767 represent? C or F?
What temperature value does your count of 0 represent? C or F?

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32767 = 3400F
It is for scaling a temperature sensor in liquid steel bath.

>What temperature value does your count of 32767 represent?
>C or F?
>What temperature value does your count of 0 represent? C or
>F?

By pvbrowser on 19 June, 2017 - 9:44 am
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`case C2FAHRENHEIT:      ret = (val * 9.0f / 5.0f) + 32.0f;      break;    case FAHRENHEIT2C:      ret = (val - 32.0f) * 5.0f / 9.0f;      break;`

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Starting with the raw value stored in a register called "integer" and assuming that 0-32767 = 0-3400F:

DegF = (integer/32767) * 3400

DegC = (DegF - 32)*5/9