I have an ackward question. I've been trying to device a circuit to reverse the pattern of a LED. Let me give you a quick rundown of my situation and my goal. As it stands now. Imagine a an alarm system. When activated a LED is lit 24/7. When a switch is triggered the led will blink off,on,off,on,off,on until the switch is deactivated in which case it will resume to the permanently on status. I want to use the signal of this led +12v to control a transistor to do the opposite with a second LED. When this LED is on, the second LED is off. When the switch is triggered, the voltage cut from the first LED will cause the second LED to turn on. Basically i'm trying to see if there is a way to make it so LED #2 acts in the exact opposite of LED #1. I can power LED #2 from a seperate source of power. LED #1 is powered from a 12v circuit, led #2 is also 12V (can be same circuit or difference 12V no matter to me) Does anyone understand my goal? It's kinda complicated to explain. I'm trying to avoid having to stare at a bright led when it's armed constantly but still have it flicker (even if backwards to the orignal led) when triggered. Doing this I can hide the first led out of sight but still retain the same alarm alert using the second LED.