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Battery Charging Circuit for 12V lead Acid Batteries

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Can anyone tell me that if my circuit is good enough for the battery charging of 12V lead-acid batteries?
I have made the circuit, and can anyone have a look at it and help me out if it is fine or do i need any changes before I implement it on hardware PCB Layout?
I am attaching the zip file in which I have made the layout on Proteus ISIS Professional.
Thanks.View attachment Battery Charger.rar
 

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It's not clear whether your 741 op amp has a single or bipolar supply, but its output will always be 2V above the bottom supply pin. It may always turn on Q1 a little or a lot.
 

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