How It Works

Save thousands on your energy bills with Talos Air Filter Monitoring.

The Check Engine Light for HVAC Units

Talos uses special sensors to measure the exact performance of the air filter and HVAC unit, and when it is dirty or sick we send an alert and filter.

We use engineering to save money and make people healthier and happier.

Talos alert system for commercial application.

Process and steps to monitoring and upkeep

After the 20 minute installation Talos sends data wirelessly to the cloud, just like your doorbells and security camaras. We then monitor it and send a “check engine” alert when the filter is dirty or the HVAC unit is sick.

Step 1 – Monitoring

Step 1 - Monitoring of the facilities

Step 2 – Alerts

Step 2 - If a problem is found, an alert is sent via text/email

Step 3 – Reporting

Step 3 - Talos Dashboard for Reporting

What Does Talos Monitor?

Talos takes a stepped approach to monitoring each can be bought together or seperately:

  • Air Filter monitoring save money, save time, and buildings healthier.
  • Refrigerant leaks – expensive and a major contributor to Climate Change – easy peazy monitor each HVAC unit change the world we live in.
  • Power – every think your electric bill is to high – it is and Talos will tell you why and how to reduce it.

Popular Proactive Alerts

Popular Proactive Alerts

What your Building Automation System (BAS) does not do.


  • Filters dirty
  • Coils dirty/fouled
  • Replace filters when the data tells you to

Mechanical Failure

  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Economizer failure
  • No power
  • Blower motor failure
  • Low suction line temperature
  • Evaporator coil dirty/fouled
  • Condenser coil dirty/fouled
  • Compressor failure
  • Real-time kw/ton efficiency
  • Outdoor fan motor failure
  • Fan cycling switch set wrong
  • Locked rotor amps
  • Condensate clogged/water in pan (separate sensor)

Energy Savings

  • Running off schedule
  • On-hold
  • Operating outside of manufacturing standards
  • Efficiency kw/ton degradation
  • Live EER calculations