The video shows a motion sensor rather than a break beam setup. It’s a neat wireless setup though.
The cheaper model you posted above won’t be suitable for outdoor use, it’s intended to go on the inside of a garage door. It also requires power on both sides neededing extra wiring.
The one @luma linked to above needs power to just one side and is happy running off anything between 24-240VAC, so will be fine on 220VAC.
I’m in the UK and you actually reminded me I need to allow for this setup on a new build home I’m specifiying for family. I want to put a set across the front gate to turn driveway lights on etc.
I’m planning to use a pair of these mounted across the gate posts:
(Needs wires to both sides and I’m only using one pair, diagram shows two)
I’ll use a Fibaro Contact Sensor with dry contact input, connected to the ‘Control Unit’ output terminals.
Btw… the one @luma linked to would basically be wired like this: