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A 4-byte floating-point number could be in a number of formats, but the most likely format, at this point, is probably IEEE 754 binary format.

If 8d:02:00:00 is 653 rather than 2365718528, that means that the numbers are little-endian. A little-endian 94:0e:4b:3f, in binary, would be 111111010010110000111010010100. See the Wikipedia article linked to in order to see that as a IEEE 754 binary32 value.

(There may be tools that will do that for you, but I don't know whether there are any.)