JP2006037545A - Mounting holder for solar-cell panel and fixing device for solar-cell panel using its mounting holder - Google Patents

Mounting holder for solar-cell panel and fixing device for solar-cell panel using its mounting holder Download PDF

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JP2006037545A
JP2006037545A JP2004220042A JP2004220042A JP2006037545A JP 2006037545 A JP2006037545 A JP 2006037545A JP 2004220042 A JP2004220042 A JP 2004220042A JP 2004220042 A JP2004220042 A JP 2004220042A JP 2006037545 A JP2006037545 A JP 2006037545A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24SSOLAR HEAT COLLECTORS; SOLAR HEAT SYSTEMS
    • F24S25/00Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules
    • F24S25/30Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors
    • F24S25/33Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors forming substantially planar assemblies, e.g. of coplanar or stacked profiles
    • F24S25/35Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors forming substantially planar assemblies, e.g. of coplanar or stacked profiles by means of profiles with a cross-section defining separate supporting portions for adjacent modules
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24SSOLAR HEAT COLLECTORS; SOLAR HEAT SYSTEMS
    • F24S20/00Solar heat collectors specially adapted for particular uses or environments
    • F24S20/60Solar heat collectors integrated in fixed constructions, e.g. in buildings
    • F24S20/67Solar heat collectors integrated in fixed constructions, e.g. in buildings in the form of roof constructions
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24SSOLAR HEAT COLLECTORS; SOLAR HEAT SYSTEMS
    • F24S25/00Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules
    • F24S25/60Fixation means, e.g. fasteners, specially adapted for supporting solar heat collector modules
    • F24S25/61Fixation means, e.g. fasteners, specially adapted for supporting solar heat collector modules for fixing to the ground or to building structures
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    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02ATECHNOLOGIES FOR ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02A30/00Adapting or protecting infrastructure or their operation
    • Y02A30/60Planning or developing urban green infrastructure
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    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02BCLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO BUILDINGS, e.g. HOUSING, HOUSE APPLIANCES OR RELATED END-USER APPLICATIONS
    • Y02B10/00Integration of renewable energy sources in buildings
    • Y02B10/10Photovoltaic [PV]
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    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02BCLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO BUILDINGS, e.g. HOUSING, HOUSE APPLIANCES OR RELATED END-USER APPLICATIONS
    • Y02B10/00Integration of renewable energy sources in buildings
    • Y02B10/20Solar thermal
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02EREDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GAS [GHG] EMISSIONS, RELATED TO ENERGY GENERATION, TRANSMISSION OR DISTRIBUTION
    • Y02E10/00Energy generation through renewable energy sources
    • Y02E10/40Solar thermal energy, e.g. solar towers
    • Y02E10/47Mountings or tracking

Abstract

An object of the present invention is to facilitate the assembly of a reed material to a pedestal, the installation of a solar cell panel, and the attachment of a cover body.
SOLUTION: A pedestal 3 fixed on a roof R and a horizontal lining material 1 arranged in parallel to the flow direction X of the roof R via the pedestal 3 are provided. Are provided with an L-shaped terrace portion 15 that supports the side end Q of the solar battery panel P at a predetermined height from the base end of the flange 13. The top 3 is formed by continuously forming the tops 16 with the top plate 16. The pedestal 3 is provided with a hook-shaped projecting piece 9 for slidably hooking one flange 13 of the horizontal collar 1 on the upper surface 7, and the other flange 13 is mounted on the pedestal. 3. A cover 10 that is clamped by the upper surface 7 is provided, and a cover body 20 that presses and supports the side end Q of the solar cell panel P from above is fixed on the top plate 16 of the horizontal member 1 with a fastening member B2.
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Description

The present invention relates to a solar panel mounting base and a solar panel fixing device using the mounting base.

Conventionally, as a device for fixing a solar cell panel on a roof, as disclosed in Patent Document 1, a horizontal member is arranged in parallel in the flow direction of the roof via a pedestal fixed on the roof. Solar cell panels are installed between the materials.
The reed material is formed into a C-shaped square tube having a cross-sectional shape with an open part at the upper center, and the lower side end of the solar cell panel is placed on the flat part on both sides of the open part. And placed in
By fastening with bolts a fastener that is prevented from coming off on both sides of the open part (the back surfaces of both flat parts) and a cover body that presses and supports the concave groove provided on the side edge of the solar cell panel from above. The battery panel is fixed on the reed material.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 11-2004

However, in the above-described fixing device using the reed material, the recumbent opened reed while maintaining the state where the solar cell panel is placed on the flat part of the reed material on the inclined roof where the scaffolding is poor. The fastener is arranged from the longitudinal end of the material into the reed material, the bolt inserted through the cover body is inserted into the reed material from above the open part, and the fastener is screwed into the fastener. If the cover is not supported, the cover body cannot be fixed. Therefore, the work requires labor and labor, and the workability is poor.
In addition, since the hands cannot enter deeper than the longitudinal end of the reed material, the fastener can be placed only on the end side of the reed material in the longitudinal direction, so that the cover is as long as the reed material. Only the both ends of the body could be fixed, and it could not be said that the side ends of the solar cell panel could be firmly pressed and held.

The present invention includes a pedestal fixed on the roof and a horizontal laying member arranged in parallel to the flow direction of the roof through the pedestal, and the horizontal laying member has a flange on each of the lower portions of the longitudinal side edges on both sides. Protruding and providing an L-shaped terrace that supports and supports the side edge of the solar cell panel at a predetermined height position from the flange base end, and the upper end of the terrace is continuously formed by a top plate, Is provided with a hook-like projecting piece that slidably latches one flange of the horizontal member on the upper surface, and a fastener that holds the other flange between the upper surface of the base and the side end of the solar cell panel facing upward By fixing the cover body to be pressed and supported on the top plate of the horizontal surface with a fastening member, the assembly of the horizontal surface material to the pedestal, the installation of the solar cell panel, and the mounting of the cover body are facilitated, and the above problems are solved. To do.
In addition, the flat portion of the terrace portion of the horizontal member is set to a height so as to be positioned above the upper end of the fastening member when the fastener is fixed by the fastening member, and the solar cell panel is arranged on the horizontal member. The fastening member does not interfere with the solar cell panel.
Furthermore, the above-mentioned horizontal member is formed in a substantially convex shape with an opening at the bottom, and a connecting tool corresponding to the inner upper shape of the horizontal member is fitted between the connecting ends of the horizontal member, and the upper end surface of the connecting tool And the top plate with the inner surface in contact with the upper end surface are fixed by a fastening member so that the reed material can be easily connected.

In short, in the invention according to claim 1, the side end of the solar cell panel is placed on and supported by the L-shaped terrace provided on the horizontal member arranged in parallel to the flow direction of the roof via a pedestal fixed on the roof. By arranging in such a manner, even on an inclined roof, the side edge corresponding to the eaves side of the roof in the solar cell panel is supported and supported by the rising portion of the terrace, so the flow of the roof There is no sliding movement in the direction, positioning can be performed easily, and it is not necessary to support the solar cell panel until it is fixed.
In addition, the cover body that presses and supports the side edge of the solar cell panel from above is fixed to the top plate provided between the upper ends of the terraces with a fastening member. If the fastening member is fastened to the top plate in such a manner that the cover body is overlapped with the cover body, the cover body can be easily and easily attached to the reed material without the need for manpower. Can also be made easy.
In addition, there is no limitation on the fastening position of the fastening member for fixing the cover body with respect to the top plate, and any number of locations can be set at appropriate positions on the top plate as necessary, so that the solar cell panel can be securely pressed and supported.

According to the invention which concerns on Claim 2, one flange of the said horizontal bar material is hooked on the hook-shaped protrusion provided on the base, and the horizontal bar is simply slid in the length direction on the base. In this state, the reed material is supported by the reed-shaped projecting piece of the pedestal, so that the state is maintained and is on the inclined roof. However, there is no need to support recumbent materials because they do not slide.
Therefore, in such a state, only by pressing and supporting the other flange of the recumbent material with a fastener fixed on the pedestal with a fastening member, It is possible to easily fix the reed material on the pedestal by firmly sandwiching the crossing part of
In addition, in the state where the fastener is fixed by the fastening member, the height of the flat portion of the step portion of the horizontal member is set so as to be located above the upper end of the fastening member, so that the upper end of the fastening member is arranged on the terrace portion. Without interfering with the solar cell panel, the solar cell panel can be arranged in an orderly manner parallel to the roof surface.

According to the invention of claim 3, the recumbent material is formed in a substantially convex shape with an opening at the bottom,
The connecting tool can be easily arranged in the horizontal member from the opened lower side, the connecting part is straddled between the connecting end parts of the horizontal member, and the upper end surface of the connecting member and the upper end surface are inwardly connected. By fixing the top plate with which the side surface abuts with the fastening member, it is possible to easily connect the horizontal members together, and the connecting tool is formed corresponding to the inner upper shape of the horizontal member, and constitutes the upper part of the horizontal member Since the inner side of the top plate and the terrace is abutted and supported, the horizontal member can be connected straight and the connecting part does not move even if the solar panel is placed on the horizontal member Thus, the solar cell panel can be firmly and firmly supported.

In the invention according to claim 4, in the pedestal fixed on the roof, one flange of the horizontal hook material is hooked on the hook-shaped protrusion provided on the upper surface, and the horizontal hook material is simply extended on the base. It is possible to stably and easily arrange the horizontal bar material relative to the pedestal simply by sliding in the vertical direction, and in such a state, the horizontal bar material is supported by the hook-shaped projecting piece of the pedestal, so that the state is maintained, Even if it is on an inclined roof, it does not slide, so there is no need to support the reed material. In this state, the other flange is sandwiched between the upper surfaces of the pedestal with the fastener, so It is possible to easily fix the reed material on the pedestal by firmly sandwiching the crossing part with the reed material pedestal between the pieces.
Moreover, the solar cell panel is installed on the horizontal frame material, as in the invention according to claim 1, the solar cell panel is abutted and supported at the rising edge of the terrace, and slides in the flow direction of the roof. Since it does not move, it does not require time and effort to support the solar cell panel until it is fixed to the reed material with the cover body, and the solar cell panel can be installed easily.
Further, when the cover body is fixed, similarly to the first aspect of the invention, the cover body can be securely and securely attached to the horizontal member without requiring any manual labor. Can be easily fixed to.
Therefore, according to the present invention, the fixing device for the solar cell panel can be easily assembled on the roof.

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view of a solar panel fixing device disposed on a tiled roof.
In this fixing device, a gantry 2 composed of a plurality of horizontal fences 1 arranged in parallel with the flow direction X of the tiled roof R is fixed on the roof R via a pedestal 3.
The pedestal 3 is arranged in parallel to the row direction Y of the roof R through the roof fixture 4 and the roof fixture 4 arranged at predetermined intervals on the roof R in the vertical and horizontal directions (flow direction X and row direction Y). It is comprised from the vertical gutter material 5.
The roof fixture 4 is formed by bending a metal strip into a predetermined shape, and the flow direction X of the roof R
Inserted between the front and rear roof tiles T and T1, and the lower part of the rear roof tile T1 (in the example shown, a field plate F
A fixing part 4a fixed to the auxiliary plate H) fixed on the upper side is provided at one end, the other end is bent in a hook shape, and the horizontal surface is formed as a supporting part 4b on which the vertical gutter material 5 is placed. A support bolt 4c for fixing the vertical rod member 5 is erected on the portion 4b (see FIGS. 1 and 2).

The vertical saddle member 5 is made of a lip groove steel having a substantially C-shaped cross section. The open side of the lip groove is a bottom portion 6. A slit 8 having a predetermined length in the longitudinal direction is provided at an appropriate position on the upper surface 7. In FIG. 2, a plurality of hook-shaped protrusions 9 whose tips are oriented in the longitudinal direction of the vertical hook member 5 are formed by cutting up and forming the horizontal hook member 1 at a position where they are orthogonally arranged.
And the bottom part (lip) of the vertical fence 5 on the support part 4b of the roof fixture 4 protruding on the roof R
6 is placed, and a vertical washer 5 is arranged in parallel to the direction Y of the roof R by inserting a washer through the end of the support bolt 4c projecting through the slit 8 from below and fastening a nut N. A pedestal 3 is configured (see FIGS. 1 and 3).
The vertical bar 5 slides in the longitudinal direction along the slit 8 so that the bar-shaped protrusions 9 of the vertical bars 5 adjacent in the row direction Y are on any axis parallel to the flow direction X. It is made to be located in.
In addition, on the upper surface 7 of the pedestal 3 (vertical saddle member 5), a fastener 10 that is fixed with a fastening member (bolt) B is provided at a predetermined interval on the rear side where the tip of the hook-shaped protruding piece 9 is directed. Yes.
The fastener 10 is formed by bending a band-shaped metal plate into a flat reverse concave shape, inserting a bolt B into a bolt insertion hole provided on the upper end surface thereof, and screwing the bolt B to the upper surface 7 of the vertical rod member 5. It is made like.
In the present embodiment, the pedestal 3 is the one in which the vertical gutter member 5 is fixed to the roof fixture 4. However, if the vertical gutter member 5 is arranged in parallel to the longitudinal direction Y of the roof R, the roof is fixed. The structure of the tool 4 and the attachment method with the vertical gutter material 5 are not limited at all.

In the above description, the pedestal 3 that fixes the gantry 2 to the tiled roof R has been described. However, when the pedestal 3a is fixed to the slate thatched roof R1, the pedestal 3a shown in FIGS.
The pedestal 3a is provided with a single hook-shaped protrusion 9a protruding upward on the upper surface 11a of a flat rectangular parallelepiped base 11 which is long in the front and rear, similarly to the vertical rod member 5, and the hook-shaped protrusion 9a. A fastener 10a that is similarly fixed with a bolt B at a predetermined interval is provided behind the tip.
In addition, flanges 12 having screw insertion holes project from the front and rear lower edges of the base 11, respectively.
An adhesive layer M having a predetermined thickness and having a buffering property and flexibility is provided on the bottom surface.
For fixing the pedestal 3a, first, the slate S, S1 before and after the flow direction X of the roof R1.
A waterproof sheet L having an adhesive layer on the bottom surface is inserted between the two, and the waterproof sheet L is adhered to the base plate F below the rear slate S1, and the adhesive layer M is applied to the upper surface of the slate S1 corresponding to the waterproof sheet L. The base 11 can be fixed via the base 11, and the front and rear flanges 12 of the base 11 can be fastened with screws K.
When the base 11 is fixed across the slate S1 and the slate S2 behind it,
A rubber plate G having the same thickness as that of the slate S2 is bonded onto the front slate S1, and thereby the upper surface of the slate S2 and the upper surface of the rubber plate G are continuous on the same plane, and straddles the upper surface of the slate S2 and the upper surface of the rubber plate G. Accordingly, the adhesive layer M of the base 11 is adhered and the flange 12 is fastened with screws K.
Similarly to the roof fixture 4, the base 11 is installed at predetermined intervals in the vertical and horizontal directions (flow direction X and crossing direction Y) of the roof R1.
At the time of this installation, the saddle-like protrusions 9a of the bases 11 adjacent to each other in the row direction Y are positioned on an arbitrary axis parallel to the flow direction X.

The recumbent material 1 is formed by bending a metal band plate into a substantially convex shape with an opening at the bottom, and pedestals 3 and 3a (vertical reed material 5 Alternatively, a flange 13 fixed to the base 11) protrudes outwardly, and a vertical portion 14 having a predetermined height is continuously formed from the base end of the flange 13 to form a rectangular plate shape continuously to the vertical portion 14 Solar panel P, side edge Q of P1, Q
An L-shaped terrace portion 15 that supports 1 is mounted, and the top ends of the terrace portion 15 are continuously formed by a top plate 16.

The horizontal bar 1 having the above-described configuration is configured such that one flange 13 is slidably hooked on the bar-shaped protrusions 9 and 9a on the bases 3 and 3a (the vertical bar 5 or the base 11). By placing the vertical frame 5 or the base 11 and the horizontal frame 1 on the roof R and R1, the vertical frame 5 or the base 11 and the horizontal frame 1 are arranged in a lattice pattern. Is arranged.
The other flange 13 of the horizontal bar 1 is pressed and supported by fasteners 10 and 10a fixed with bolts B on the bases 3 and 3a (the vertical bar 5 or the base 11).
That is, the projecting pieces 17 and 17a suspended from one side edge of the fasteners 10 and 10a are arranged on the base end of the other flange 13, and the bolt B inserted through the upper end surface of the fasteners 10 and 10a 5 or the upper surface 7, 11a of the base 11, and the other flange 13 is clamped and fixed between the vertical surface 5 or the upper surface 7, 11a of the base 11 and the fasteners 10, 10a. 1 is no longer able to slide on the pedestal 3, 3a,
The crossing part of the horizontal gutter 1 with the vertical gutter 5 or the base 11 is firmly fixed on the vertical gutter 5 or the base 11, and the gantry 2 is fixed on the pedestals 3 and 3a.
The protrusions 18 and 18a hanging from the other edge of the fasteners 10 and 10a are set longer than the protrusions 17 and 17a by the thickness of the flange 13, as shown in FIGS. , Bolt B fastener 10, 10a
In the fixed state, the lower ends of the projecting pieces 18 and 18 a are in contact with the vertical saddle member 5 or the upper surfaces 7 and 11 a of the base 11.

Here, the flat portion 15a of the terrace portion 15 of the recumbent material 1 is a fastener 10 by a fastening member B.
, 10a in the above fixed state, the height (vertical portion 14) so as to be located above the upper end of the fastening member B.
Equivalent to the length of).
Further, as shown in FIGS. 3, 7 or 4, the height of the rising portion 15b of the terrace portion 15 is appropriately set according to the type of solar cell panels P and P1 described later. , P1 is set lower than the thickness.
3 and 7 has a rising part 15b in the terrace 15 which is slightly higher than that of the horizontal part 1 shown in FIG. 4 is the same as FIG. 4 in which the recumbent material 1 having a low rising portion 15b is fixed to the pedestal 3, but it is natural that the short recumbent material 1 having the rising portion 15b may be fixed to the pedestal 3a. In this case, the solar cell panel P1 is installed on the gantry 2.

In the case of connecting the floor coverings 1 to each other, using the substantially hat-shaped connecting tool 19 corresponding to the inner upper side of the floor covering 1 (the inner surface of the top plate 16 and the terrace 15), Link.
The connecting tool 19 is formed shorter than the horizontal bar material 1 and is fitted between the connecting (longitudinal direction) end portions of the horizontal bar material 1 from the inside thereof. The top plate 16 that comes into contact with the fastening member (
Bolt) It is fixed with B1.

In the gantry 2 fixed to the pedestals 3 and 3a as described above, rectangular plate-like solar cell panels P and P1
Is installed so as to be laid between the opposing horizontal members 1.
Specifically, the side edges Q corresponding to the eaves side and the ridge side of the roof R in the solar cell panels P and P1.
, Q1 are supported on the terrace 15.
In such a state, the side ends Q, Q1 upper portions of the solar battery panels P, P1 are located above both sides of the top plate 16.
The solar cell panel P shown in FIGS. 3 and 7 has a side end Q having a substantially U-shaped cross section, and is provided with a groove Qa on the side end Q.
Further, the solar cell panel P1 shown in FIG. 4 has a side end Q1 formed in a vertical plane, and the side end Q1.
The upper part is squared at right angles.
And the cover body which presses and supports the side edge Q of the solar cell panel P and P1, Q1 upper part from the upper direction
20 or the cover body 20a is fixed to the top plate 16 with a fastening member (bolt) B2, and thereby the reed material 1
The solar cell panels P and P1 adjacent to each other are fixed to the recumbent material 1 with a single cover body 20 and 20a.

As the cover bodies 20 and 20a, those corresponding to the forms of the solar battery panels P and P1 are used.
As shown in FIGS. 3 and 7, a solar cell panel P of a type in which a concave groove portion Qa is provided on the side end Q.
The cover body 20 corresponding to is formed in a substantially reverse concave section with a strip plate-like restraining piece 22 suspended from the longitudinal side edge of the strip plate 21, and the restraining piece 22 on the concave groove portion Qa existing above both sides of the top plate 16. The solar battery panel P is fixedly integrated with the horizontal member 1 (the gantry 2) by screwing the bolt B2 inserted through the band plate 21 onto the top plate 16 in a state of being hooked.
As shown in FIG. 4, the cover body 20a corresponding to the solar cell panel P1 of the type in which the upper part of the side end Q1 is simply squared has a cross section in which a holding piece 22a having a hook-like cross section protrudes upward from the longitudinal side edge of the strip 21a. A bolt B2 which is formed in a substantially inverted hat shape and is inserted through the belt plate 21a in a state where the holding piece 22a is hooked on the upper side of the angular side end Q1 existing above both sides of the top plate 16 is screwed onto the top plate 16. Thus, the solar cell panel P is fixed and integrated with the horizontal member 1 (base 2).

The insertion point of the bolt B2 in the strips 21 and 21a of the cover bodies 20 and 20a can be set anywhere other than the part corresponding to the longitudinal end where the coupling tool 19 is arranged in the horizontal saddle member 1, A screw hole of the bolt B <b> 2 is formed in the top plate 16 of the horizontal bar 1 corresponding to the insertion location.
In addition, in the gantry 2, only the cover bodies 20 and 20a attached to the horizontal frame material 1 corresponding to the front and rear end edges in the flow direction X of the roof R are replaced with one of the holding pieces 22 and 22a, and the solar cell panel. P,
Supporting pieces 23 and 23a having an L-shaped cross section extending on the flat portion 15a of the terrace portion 15 that does not support P1 are mounted.

It is a disassembled perspective view of the fixing device installed in a tiled roof. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of a fixing device same as the above. It is a principal part enlarged view of FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows the other example of a fixing device. It is a disassembled perspective view of the fixing device installed in a slate thatched roof. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of a fixing device same as the above. It is a principal part enlarged view of FIG.

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1 Horizontal ridge material 3, 3a Pedestal 7 Upper surface 9, 9a Sponge-shaped protrusion
10, 10a Fastener
11a Top view
13 Flange
15 terraces
15a Flat part
16 Top plate
19 Connector
20, 20a Cover body B, B1, B2 Fastening member P, P1 Solar panel Q, Q1 Side end R, R1 Roof X Flow direction

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  1. A horizontal member is arranged in parallel in the flow direction of the roof through a pedestal fixed on the roof, and the horizontal member is provided with a flange fixed to the pedestal on each of the lower portions of the long side edges on both sides, and projecting outward. An L-shaped terrace portion is provided at a predetermined height position from the flange base end to support the side end of the solar cell panel, and the upper ends of the terrace portions are continuously formed by a top plate, and the solar cell is provided on the top plate. A mounting base for a solar cell panel, wherein a cover body that presses and supports a side end of the panel from above is fixed by a fastening member.
  2. One flange of the reed member is slidably hooked on a hook-shaped protrusion provided on the pedestal, and the other flange is pressed and supported by a fastener fixed on the pedestal by a fastening member. 2. The solar cell panel mounting stand according to claim 1, wherein a height of the flat portion of the terrace is set so as to be positioned above the upper end of the fastening member in a state where the fastener is fixed by the fastening member.
  3. The recumbent member is formed in a substantially convex shape having an opening at the bottom, and a connecting tool corresponding to the inner upper shape of the recumbent member is fitted between the connecting end parts of the recumbent member, and the upper end surface of the connecting tool and the 3. The solar cell panel mounting base according to claim 1, wherein a top plate whose inner side surface abuts on the upper end surface is fixed by a fastening member.
  4. A pedestal fixed on the roof, and a horizontal laying material arranged parallel to the flow direction of the roof through the pedestal, the horizontal laying material is provided with a flange projecting outwardly at each of the lower portions of the long side edges on both sides, An L-shaped terrace that supports the side edges of the solar cell panel is mounted at a predetermined height from the flange base end, and the upper ends of the terraces are continuously formed with a top plate. A flange-like projecting piece that slidably latches one flange of the saddle member is provided, and a fastener that clamps the other flange between the upper surface of the base is provided, and the side end of the solar cell panel is pressed and supported from above. A fixing device for a solar cell panel, wherein a cover body is fixed on a top plate of a horizontal surface with a fastening member.
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