Don't know what that is so I can't comment on compatibility. Many motion sensors also have light readings but I've found them to be unsatisfactory in various ways, mostly infrequent reporting. Some, though, do OK if you send a refresh to them as frequently as you wish to see the current level.
What I use for any/all illuminance I care about are @iharyadi's devices:
These things are fast for all sensors and are great Zigbee repeaters too. I have 10 of them.
I built 2 of them with a lux sensor and a temp/humidity sensor using a Tasmotized NodeMCU. It sends values to MQTT broker that is read by Node Red that then uses Hubitat Nodes to update virtual devices in HE. It is not discrete.
Before I order, can I just check... I haven't gone through the docs as yet (I will when the time comes), but is this going to be, essentially, a case of flash thr node, add the sensor and drivers, then use an app to configure, after which, I can see say, a new luninisity device in hubitat. From which I can view light levels via webcore etc?
If its a bit of a steep curve, I'll hang fire until I have enough time free.
You’ll need to manually add at least two Hubitat Groovy Drivers from my ST_Anything repository. Specifically the Parent Ethernet driver and the Child Illuminance driver. On the Arduino side, you’ll need to download all of the ST_Anything Arduino libraries and sketches as a zip file, and then copy those folders to the correct location on your computer so the Arduino IDE can find them. Then, it is a simple matter of using an example sketch as a starting point to create your own sketch and loading the NodeMCU.
Wiring your sensor to the NodeMCU can be an issue if you’ve never worked with microcontrollers/low voltage electronics, but there are plenty of guides available online. Make sure you figure out all of the parts you need before ordering to make sure everything goes smoothly.
Note: I actually use @iharyadi’s awesome Environment Sensor to measure illuminance on my screened porch. His devices work really well for this purpose!