There is not, as far as I know or see, on the Home Depot / Hampton Bay universal kit you found (I have 2).
That being said, you can buy the “BD-1000” Bond Bridge (a first party device this company actually makes, which Home Depot and other retailers do sell) and keep your existing RF remotes and receivers, assuming they are compatible.
See here if you’d like to see pros and cons of Bridge, vs using the kits you found. That post’s tone makes it sound like it is almost making the point against the Bridge - but if there are additional or unique features on your existing remote/receiver (such as more speeds, reverse, upper and lower lights independently controlled, etc), that’s where the Bridge shines. Just try to avoid using the original remote if you use the Bridge’s “track state” feature - replace with voice assistant calls, Bond app controls, or third party smart home integrations (Z-Wave or WiFi switches, or hacking other remotes [Insteon and Harmony are the ones I’ve done]).