Philip Keebler

Power Quality & Monitoring Applications Engineer,
Electrotek Concepts

Keebler — formerly with the Electric Power Research Institute since 1995 in Knoxville, Tenn., and principal investigator for his own consulting engineering firm since 2012 — is a power quality and monitoring applications engineer with Electrotek Concepts in Knoxville. A graduate of the University of Tennessee’s electrical engineering program, he brings a broad background focused on the power quality industry. His experience includes product testing, field investigations, standards development, training, and laboratory development. His customer focus includes commercial, industrial, residential, education and health care. He has authored more than 150 publications, including reference publications on voltage sags, surges, flicker, power quality monitoring, electromagnetic compatibility (and interference), grounding, appliances and safety related to power quality.

Sports Lighting Reliability 1
Dropping the ball, or dropping the lights? Approaches to mitigating interruptions in lighting at sporting events
A Historical Review of Induction Lighting 2
Nikola Tesla's initial path to a promising light source
Understanding Harmonic Voltage and Current Distortion Levels at Your Facility 3
Dealing with the the effect of harmonics on utility power distribution systems and on the quality of voltage delivered to facilities.
Recent Advancements in HID Lamps
Despite growth of LED lighting, HID lamp and ballast technologies continue to develop
Solving EMI Problems: A Seven-Step Plan
Locating the source of an electromagnetic interference (EMI) problem is often like trying to find a needle in a haystack. But despite the difficulty,
Diagnosing and Resolving EMC Problems
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is an emerging issue for electric utilities and those who use electronic equipment. It refers to the ability of a
Electrical Testing Feed

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