Could you at least elaborate a little? I am curious about this as well. Just a "no" is not very helpful.
Ah I didn't take all of that into consideration. I guess it's sort of like T5 fixtures, they are not all equal. GU-24 is the pin type my fixture takes, and last time I looked (a few months ago) I could not find it anywhere, not even at the store where I bought the fixture lol.xmas_one pretty much sums it up.
Even comparing among screw-in bulbs two with the same wattage and Kelvin don't have necessary the same light output nor same PAR. There is a lot of variability due to the specific phosphor coating, ballast, etc.
So... no. :fish:
When you say "the pin type" what wattage are you talking about? The lower wattage pin type bulbs are usually available locally (9W, 13W, 18W).