TMS doesn't curently monitor or alarm on any of these faults as far as I am aware, and I would not rely on it doing it in the future either as it has been announced in the latest TMS release notes that SNMP Traps will be disabled in future releases of TMS.
As per the Strategic Direction that has been discussed around the place before, the future for managing all Cisco Video Architecture is moving in to Cisco Prime (see this screenshot from a Cisco Presentation). So, if anything is going to monitor or alarm for temperature or other performance characteristics, it's likely to be Prime.
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