Tom Bishop, P.E.

Bishop, P.E.
Senior Technical Support Specialist,
Electrical Apparatus Service Association

Bishop, P.E., joined the staff of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) following more than 30 years of engineering experience at electrical machinery manufacturers and electrical apparatus service firms. Holding a BS in electrical engineering and a professional engineer’s license, Bishop has authored dozens of technical articles and papers as well as presented numerous seminars on electric motor application, maintenance, and repair. He is chairman of EASA’s Technical Services Committee and a principal member of the National Fire Protection Association Electrical Equipment Maintenance Committee (NFPA 70B).




How to Handle a Hot Running Motor
Maximum temperature ratings are based on the motor’s insulation system class and apply to the winding temperature at the hottest spot inside the motor.
Correcting Unbalanced Voltage Situations 3
In the real world, it is impossible to balance line-to-line voltages perfectly in a 3-phase circuit.
Unbalanced Current 4
Use the following procedures to assess and correct current unbalance.
How Precise Are Motor Nameplate Ratings? 1
Correct interpretation of five operating parameters for NEMA, IEC induction motors
Repair Guidelines for Motors & Generators
Best practices of ANSI/EASA AR100-2010: Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus
NFPA 70B Grows Stronger
In today's global economy, the quest for increased productivity is a given for most commercial and industrial facilities. Keeping those facilities running
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