Richard P. Bingham

Power Quality Columnist

Richard P. Bingham, a contributing editor for power quality. He can be reached at 732.287.3680.

Articles by Richard P. Bingham

August 2007
The acronym “PQ” most often is associated with power quality, but some people use it to represent power quantity. The latter is more commonly referred to in today’s technical community as energy management. The commonality between the two is further seen in the instruments used to measure such. Twenty years ago, there were two different instruments used: one for quality and one for quantity. READ MORE
July 2007
Among the responsibilities of numerous working groups and task forces of the Power Quality Subcommittee under the auspices of the Transmission and Distribution Committee of the Power Engineering Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (or more simply, the IEEE PES T&D PQSC) is a standard called IEEE Std 1346 Electrical Power System Compatibility with Electronic Process READ MORE
April 2007
Power quality work expands reach of electrical contractors: READ MORE
April 2007
Grounding systems work to prevent power quality phenomena: READ MORE
April 2007
Electrical distribution systems need regular examination: READ MORE
March 2007
Only you can prevent ‘PQ fires’: The primary function of a fire department is to prevent and extinguish fires in its district, so if you don’t have any fires, why do you need a fire department? Because with flammable fuels, electricity and people in the mix, fires are inevitable. READ MORE
March 2007
Only you can prevent ‘PQ fires’: The primary function of a fire department is to prevent and extinguish fires in its district, so if you don’t have any fires, why do you need a fire department? Because with flammable fuels, electricity and people in the mix, fires are inevitable. READ MORE
February 2007
From A to Z, power quality in the education market takes on added importance: READ MORE
February 2007
The article could improve uptime of critical loads: READ MORE

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