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Technically yes, you should change the current set resistor on the TP4056 board. My battery is 800mAh and the default charge current of TP4056 is 1A, so in my mind it was good enough and I just left it like that.
Yes, it should work straight away on Arduino UNO and also on a Nano or Mega.
The sensor outputs 0..65535lx raw value, but to get the actual light level, you need to divide it by 1.2. So when fully lit, 65535/1.2 = 54612 lux. The BH1750 library does this automatically.
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