Config for RTU modbus temperature sensor

I need some help/advice, as I dont know what to do next.
I have ComWinTop modbus temperature

RS485 parameters

Default slave ID: 1

Default baud rate: 9600,

8 data bits, 1 stop bit, none parity

My setup currently

  - name: CWT temperature
    type: serial
    port: /dev/ttyACM0
    baudrate: 9600
    bytesize: 8
    method: rtu
    parity: N
    stopbits: 1
    
    sensors:
    - name: varaaja_temperature
      unique_id: varajaa_temp
      slave: 1
      address: 2001
      input_type: input
      unit_of_measurement: °C
      state_class: measurement
      scan_interval: 15
      scale: 0.1
      offset: 0
      precision: 1
      data_type: int16

Cant get data out, it also doesnt show up in entities.
sensors part must be incorrect, but i have no clue how to set it up.
I have other modbus device on same adapter in different port, that is working.

Edit. After full reboot entity showed up, but is unavailable.

Got it working with

  - name: CWT temperature
    type: serial
    port: /dev/ttyACM0
    baudrate: 9600
    bytesize: 8
    method: rtu
    parity: N
    stopbits: 1
#    
    sensors:
    - name: Varaajan lämpötila
      unique_id: varaaja_modbus_temp
      slave: 1
      address: 2000
      input_type: holding
#      unit_of_measurement: °C
#      state_class: measurement
      data_type: int16

But output is 4125 and needs to be converted to 41,25, can this be done in modbus sensor, or do i need helper etc??

edit. figured it out

  - name: CWT temperature
    type: serial
    port: /dev/ttyACM0
    baudrate: 9600
    bytesize: 8
    method: rtu
    parity: N
    stopbits: 1
#    
    sensors:
    - name: Varaajan lämpötila
      unique_id: varaaja_modbus_temp
      slave: 1
      address: 2000
      input_type: holding
      unit_of_measurement: °C
      state_class: measurement
      scan_interval: 15
      scale: 0.01
      offset: 0
      precision: 1
      data_type: int16

Now data is like it should, real problem was sensor, that needed reboot after correcting wires.