Am I correct that when a series 3 fixture detects an over temp state it will reduce intensity on its own?
This is of course the desired behavior for theater or live events, but for motion picture production where there is no live audience and the relevant audience is a camera, and it's ok to stop and start to fix problems, not so much.
Is there a mode where the fixture would turn off when detecting overtemps instead of ramping down? In the context of a motion picture shoot, it is more important that the lighting levels remain exactly where the DoP and Gaffer expect them to be. If there is a problem, the light should turn off to indicate that, rather than the very high chance nobody will notice in the moment on monitor or by eye that it decided to dim itself down.