That receiver will work fine for any trailer that won't exceed the payload capacity of your F-150. However it's not the same design as the Ford OEM receiver. And ignore than 1,000 pounds hitch weight capacity with a weight-carrying (WC) hitch. The receiver is rated for that much, but your truck is rated for only 500 pounds max TW without a WD hitch. So if you install that hitch then limit TW to 500 pounds with a WC hitch or 1,200 pounds with a WD hitch.
The Ford OEM receiver is part of your rear step bumper. You can add it by replacing the bumper's center "reinforcement" section with one that includes the receiver.
Ford says you should never tow a trailer that has more than 500 pounds tongue weight (TW) without a weight-distributing (WD) hitch. 500 pounds tongue weight is a tandem-axle trailer that grosses about 3,850 pounds.
The OEM receiver has max TW of 500 pounds without a WD hitch, or over 1,000 pounds TW with a WD hitch. For your truck I would install the Ford OEM receiver, then beef up the other items on the truck that were included in the regular heavy duty towing package. That means adding the auxiliary tranny cooling system and the 4-pin + 7-pin wiring harness.
The rear step bumper on your F-150 has three sections = left, right and center. You want to replace the center section with the part that includes the receiver hitch. Note on the following link it's called the "reinforcement" and it costs $232.55 from that discount Ford dealer.
BUMPER & COMPONENTS - REAR for 2015 Ford F-150
Surf around on that site and you can find at discount prices the trailer wiring harness, tranny cooler parts and the integrated trailer brake controller (ITBC) you also need for towing.