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

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
January 2007
Consider other key factors when diagnosing: READ MORE
December 2006
Out of sight doesn’t mean out of mind: Probably few industrial/commercial segments are as power-quality conscious as the financial, banking, credit and insurance companies. These “consumers-of-electrons” in the United States generate nearly 10 times the revenue that the “producers-of-electrons” do according to the 2002 U.S. Economic Census (www.census.gov/prod/ec02/ec0252a1ust.pdf). READ MORE
October 2006
A power play with hotel elevators In hospitality and gaming facilities, elevators are a vital system—a system that relies on power quality. Generally, the height of these facilities makes the use of stairs an alternative for only a few patrons. One of the keys to operation of elevators is the electric motor and the quality of supply that feeds them. READ MORE

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