That motion detector switches are all pretty much the same now. They weren't at one time though.
I have maybe bought 90 of them in the last 25 yrs.
The very first one I bought is still working fine in the damp wine cellar, it was one of those bulky goose-necked looking things, heavy, aukward.
I have probably disguarded a few perfectly good ones because they often re-set themselves..eventually when I assumed they were done. This began happening when I would notice one not working but was too busy to replace it right away, next day it's "Cured!"
I have about 4 of them still needing to be manually re-set by me after a whole-house/town power outage and they are a pain and can waste electricity when located in out of sight out of mind locations.
Some have to be re-set by interupting the power with a series of on & offs, some re-set by pointing a bright light into their lense and one I have is manually switched with a small lever on it.
I have had success with even cheap ones put out on sale in bargain bins(but still brand new)
I would buy the most inexpensive ones and try them, they will probably work fine unless you are needing one with a huge pick-up pattern for long-range motion detecting.