I have just ordered my Smart Citizen 2.1 starter kit from Seeed.
The standard battery will be 3.7V 2000 mAh with (maybe 24 hours life).
I think its too little time for me, so I plan to upgrade to 6000 mAh.
Seeed have no stock of this size.
I see something that looks right on Core Electronics site : https://core-electronics.com.au/polymer-lithium-ion-battery-6000mah.html
Its unclear if this battery has inbuilt protection circuit or not, so I asked them; Now waiting on a response. The SC 2.1 data board has inbuilt charger. Is there enough protection for the battery or do I need to insist upon it ?
The connector on this battery is “standard 2-pin JST-PH connector - 2mm spacing between pins”. The data on Smart Citizen Hardware says the battery connector is “The batteries are connected to a standard JST-2 pin battery connector.”
Both these descriptions say they use standard connector but not identified the same way. Maybe I am pedantic, but please can you confirm its likely I can just plug in the larger battery without needing an adaptor.