Thermal Management Utility Detects Wrong Hardware

Why does Thermal Management Utility detect the wrong hardware for TMPSNSRD-RTD2?

Check the device ID using the Microsoft® USBView tool. The device ID is listed as 'idProduct' and should be 'TMPSNSRD-RTD2 is 0x72'. The Thermal Management GUI could be detecting the wrong hardware because the PIC® device has the wrong firmware. Please re-flash the PIC device.

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