**Part Number:**TMP61-Q1

In thermistor.c there is code that ends with "// multiply by 32 for GC to divide later" in code"

which I suspect is unnecessary to get degrees C, and something don by whatever GC is?

float thermistor_calc_temperature(int raw_ADC) { // THRM calculations via regression // Copied from TI Thermistor Design Tool Excel Doc VTEMP = 0.0; float THRM_ADC = raw_ADC; float THRM_A0 = -4.232811E+02; float THRM_A1 = 4.728797E+02; float THRM_A2 = -1.988841E+02; float THRM_A3 = 4.869521E+01; float THRM_A4 = -1.158754E+00; VTEMP = (VBias / ADC_BITS) * THRM_ADC; // calculate volts per bit then multiply that times the ADV value THRM_TEMP = (THRM_A4 * powf(VTEMP, 4)) + (THRM_A3 * powf(VTEMP, 3)) + (THRM_A2 * powf(VTEMP, 2)) + (THRM_A1 * VTEMP) + THRM_A0; // 4th order regression to get temperature return THRM_TEMP * 32; // multiply by 32 for GC to divide later }