No. The most you can hope for is a rib relay, a manual reset high limit, and an on/off switch.
There's not really much to do to those things. If you have 120v present at the motor, and it's not opening, get a new actuator.
Got that. Except for the on/off switch.
Every once in a while after a power outage a couple of dampers wont open. I was calling the on/off switch a disconnect. None of them have it. I was thinking about installing an on/off switch when I exercise the actuator. Usually just pulling the hot works.
Beware of advice given by some guy on the Internet.
That type of damper is called a combination fire/smoke damper (fsd) as opposed to a curtain-type fire damper (fd). They "fail" to the default position of closed when not energized. If there is not a dedicated fire control panel, they should be wired directly into the air-handler fan circuit,controlled with a firestat or a duct smoke detector. You then kill the FSD power by disconnecting the AHU circuit for servicing.