help me build an LED inverter

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  1. enoxos

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    I would like to build an LED inverter exactly like the one on this page with dual inputs.
    The inverter has the following functions:
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    Inverts a signal for operating LED tail lights on -ve switched brake light switches.
    Allows connection of a +ve switched input to a -ve switch and -ve switched input to a +ve switch.

    Modes:
    Input wire -> Output wire
    Floating (neither +ve or -ve) -> Floating
    12v -> 0v
    0v -> 12v

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    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    thank you
     
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