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  1. I wish it were that easy. But I'm not on meds, nor do I need any.
    Trust me, I wish this wasn't happening. I have better things to do.

    Best way to counter an RF bug on my car, a way to block from being tracked?

    Aluminum foil, wadded tightly and crammed into your car's exhaust tailpipe, will eliminate their being able to follow your automobile's movements.

  2. capacitors, when it comes to voltage ie: 220n is it a 200v or a 50v? and what determines the voltage within a circuit?

    200n is 200 nanofarad.  Caps are general valued in microfarad (uF) for the largest through picofarad (pF) to nanofarad (nF)

    The voltage of a cap is the largest voltage the cap is capable of carrying.

    Think of caps in circuit as small batteries that charge up to the voltage in the circuit,  then release that voltage as the circuit demands (timing, etc.)

    I'm sure you know that caps will not directly pass DC current and are therefore used to block dc from certain parts of a circuit.

    Hope this helps.
  3. Generally, the 555 timer IC is not used for long-duration time events, but is, as you say, useful for turning things off and on, and is also used to provide a fairly reliable clock pulse.

    Go to " 555 timer " on any search engine and you'll find all the information you need to use this little device.

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