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JP2009225827A
JP2009225827A JP2008071211A JP2008071211A JP2009225827A JP 2009225827 A JP2009225827 A JP 2009225827A JP 2008071211 A JP2008071211 A JP 2008071211A JP 2008071211 A JP2008071211 A JP 2008071211A JP 2009225827 A JP2009225827 A JP 2009225827A
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Kenichi Ishida
Kazuhiro Teranishi
一浩 寺西
建一 石田
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The present invention relates to a light shielding member control device for automatically opening and closing a light shielding member that blocks sunlight.
A light-shielding member control device 1 according to the present invention is for automatically opening and closing a light-shielding member 3 attached to an upper part of a window frame 2 on the indoor side of a house in order to block sunlight. Driven by the solar panel 4 that receives sunlight and converts the sunlight into electric power, the electric storage means 5 that stores electric power generated by the photovoltaic power of the solar panel 4, and the electric power stored by the electric storage means 5 Driving means 6 that can freely open and close the light shielding member 3, and control means 7 that drives the driving means 6 by determining whether or not an electromotive force generated from the solar panel 3 exceeds a preset threshold value. Are provided.
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  The present invention relates to a light shielding member control device for automatically opening and closing a light shielding member that blocks sunlight.

  Conventionally, in order to improve cooling efficiency, for example, in summer, light-shielding members such as curtains and blinds of house windows are closed to prevent sunlight from entering the room and to prevent room temperature rise. In order to improve the heating efficiency, a device has been devised such as opening the light blocking member, allowing sunlight to enter the room and raising the room temperature. However, as described above, in order to open and close the light-shielding member, it is necessary for the resident to do it, and it is not only difficult to open and close the light-shielding member when going out for work during the day. Even if it is, it takes time to open and close the light shielding member. In order to solve these problems, the following sunshine sensors have been devised.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the sunshine sensor includes a heat receiving plate 100 irradiated with sunlight, a first temperature detecting element 101 for detecting the temperature of the heat receiving plate 100, and a second temperature for detecting the ambient temperature. The main body 103 is provided with the detection element 102. The control circuit 104 controls the load 105 based on the temperature relationship detected by the first temperature detection element 101 and the second temperature detection element 102. Above the heat receiving plate 100, an eaves 106 for limiting the amount of sunlight incident on the heat receiving plate 100 according to the altitude of the sun is projected. Thus, the load 105 can be controlled in accordance with the amount of sunlight incident on the room and the ambient temperature, and the automatic opening / closing of a light shielding member such as a curtain is appropriately controlled. (For example, patent document 1).

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  However, in order to drive the above-mentioned sunshine sensor, since the power supply of a house is used, although the cooling and heating efficiency can be improved, there is a problem that standby power is required because the power is supplied from the electric wiring of the house.

  The present invention has been made for the purpose of solving the various problems as described above, and obtains electric power by solar power generation independent of the electrical wiring of a house, and automatically opens and closes a light shielding member that blocks sunlight. The present invention relates to a light shielding member control device.

  In order to achieve the above object, the light shielding member control apparatus according to claim 1 is a light shielding member control for automatically opening and closing a light shielding member attached in the vicinity of a window frame on the indoor side of a house in order to block sunlight. A solar panel that receives sunlight and converts the sunlight into electric power, electric storage means for storing electric power generated by the photovoltaic power of the solar panel, and electric power stored by the electric storage means Driving means for opening and closing the light-shielding member, and driving the driving means by judging whether the electric power generated from the solar panel is preset or exceeds a threshold value calculated from ambient conditions And a control means.

  The light-shielding member control device according to claim 2 includes an outside air temperature sensor that detects an outside air temperature, and a room temperature sensor that detects a room temperature, and the control unit detects the outside air temperature detected by the outside air temperature sensor and the The drive means is driven by determining whether the temperature difference from the room temperature detected by the room temperature sensor and the electric power generated from the solar panel are preset or exceed a threshold value calculated from ambient conditions. It is characterized by letting.

  The light shielding member control device according to claim 3 is characterized in that the light shielding member control device according to claim 1 or 2 is provided on the indoor side of the house.

  The window frame structure according to claim 4 is characterized in that the light shielding member control device according to claims 1 to 3 is attached in the vicinity of the window frame.

  According to the light-shielding member control apparatus of Claim 1, the solar panel which receives sunlight and converts this sunlight into electric power is comprised. As a result, a power source independent from the electrical wiring of the house can be secured, so that the electrical wiring is not complicated and the construction is easy, and standby power can be supplemented with power from the solar panel. Therefore, it can greatly contribute to energy saving.

  Moreover, the electrical storage means which stores the electric power produced by the photovoltaic power of a solar panel is comprised. As a result, the electricity is stored in the electricity storage means even at night when the sun goes down and power cannot be obtained from the solar panel, or on cloudy days when the sun is blocked by clouds and cannot obtain much power from the solar panel. By using the electric power, the light shielding member control device can be driven continuously.

  And whether the electric power generated by the driving means that can open and close the light-shielding member and the solar panel driven by the electric power stored by the electric storage means is preset, or whether the threshold value calculated from the ambient conditions has been exceeded And controlling means for driving the driving means. Thereby, while a solar panel receives sunlight and generates electric power, it can judge the amount of sunlight with this electric power. For example, in the summer, when the electric power by a solar panel is large, the amount of sunlight is It is judged that there is a lot of light, and the light shielding member is closed to prevent the sunlight from entering the room to suppress the rise in room temperature. In winter, when the power from the solar panel is large, the amount of sunlight is judged to be large. Open the sun and let the sunlight enter the room to raise the room temperature. Therefore, the air conditioning efficiency can be improved, and the solar panel can also serve as a sunshine amount sensor, so that the light shielding member control device can be made compact.

  And since the light-shielding member automatically opens and closes even while the resident is away, it can be seen as if the resident is at home from outside passers-by, etc., and can contribute as part of crime prevention measures. it can.

  According to the light-shielding member control device according to claim 2, the outside air temperature sensor that detects the outside air temperature and the room temperature sensor that detects the room temperature are provided, and the control means detects the outside air temperature detected by the outside air temperature sensor. And the temperature difference between the room temperature detected by the room temperature sensor and the electric power generated from the solar panel are set in advance or determined whether or not a threshold value calculated from ambient conditions is exceeded. Drive. Thereby, since opening and closing of the light shielding member is controlled by a plurality of elements, the cooling and heating efficiency can be further improved.

  According to the light-shielding member control device according to claim 3, the light-shielding member control device according to claim 1 or 2 is provided on the indoor side of the house. Thereby, the trouble at the time of drawing wiring, such as a solar panel, outside from the room can be omitted, and the light shielding member control device can be easily attached.

  According to the window frame structure of the fourth aspect, the light shielding member control device according to the first to third aspects is attached in the vicinity of the window frame. Thereby, it can contribute to energy saving by attaching the window frame structure of this invention to a house, a condominium, etc.

  The best mode of the light shielding member control device according to the present invention will be described below. As shown in FIG. 1, a light shielding member control device 1 according to the present invention is for automatically opening and closing a light shielding member 3 attached to an upper part of a window frame 2 on the indoor side of a house in order to block sunlight. is there. And as shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 2, the solar panel 4 which receives sunlight and converts this sunlight into electric power, and the electrical storage means 5 which stores the electric power produced by the photovoltaic power of this solar panel 4; The driving means 6 that is driven by the electric power stored by the electric storage means 5 and can freely open and close the light shielding member 3 and the electric power generated from the solar panel 3 are set in advance, or a threshold value calculated from ambient conditions is set. And a control means 7 for determining whether or not it has been exceeded and driving the drive means 6.

  The light-shielding member 3 is attached to the upper part on the indoor side of the window frame 2 of the house, and is a double-opening or a single-opening curtain, blind, eaves, eaves or the like for blocking sunlight from entering the room. In the present embodiment, a one-sided curtain is used as the light shielding member 3, and the curtain is in a substantially rectangular parallelepiped curtain box 8 provided on the indoor side of the window frame 2 as shown in FIG. 1. The cover 8a is suspended.

  The solar panel 4 can use the well-known solar panel 4 utilizing the photovoltaic effect that generates electric power when irradiated with light, and can convert the light energy of sunlight into electric power. It is. Thereby, for example, since the current value generated from the solar panel 4 and the amount of sunlight are in a proportional relationship, the current value flowing from the solar panel 4 to the power storage means 5 is measured to convert it into the amount of sunlight. It may be. And the solar panel 4 needs to be formed in such a size that the power required for the drive means 6 to open and close the light shielding member 3 can be obtained. For example, it is preferably formed in a size of about 300 mm × 400 mm.

  Moreover, it is preferable that the solar panel 4 is attached to an indoor side surface such as a small window W2 for lighting that is provided on an upper part of a window W1 that can be opened and closed and that does not open and close, as shown in FIGS. Thus, the solar panel 4 does not get in the way when the window W1 is opened and closed. In addition, when a bag or a basket is provided outdoors, it is necessary to pay attention so that sunlight is not blocked by these so that the power generation amount of the solar panel 4 does not decrease. In this embodiment, the solar panel 4 is provided indoors. However, the solar panel 4 may be provided outdoors. In this case, the wiring H is connected to the sash S of the window W1 or the small window W2. The solar panel 4 may be installed on the outdoor side surface of the small window W2, the fence, the outer wall of the house, or the like.

  The power storage means 5 is built in the drive unit 9 of the drive means 6 and stores power generated by the photovoltaic power of the solar panel 4. A small secondary battery such as a lithium ion secondary battery is stored in the power storage means 5. It can be preferably used.

  The drive means 6 is driven by the electric power stored in the power storage means 5 to open and close the light shielding member 3, and includes a drive unit 9 having a known motor or the like inside (not shown). is doing. Further, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 3, the driving means 6 is provided in the curtain box 8 so that it cannot be visually recognized from the outside, and is provided in the longitudinal direction on the curtain box 8 and its upper surface. It is formed so as to be integrated with the cover 8a and the like. And the drive means 6 is provided in the upper part of the drive part 9 in the one end side inside the longitudinal direction of the cover 8a, and the drive part 9 attached to the inside of the longitudinal direction of the curtain box 8, and is driven by this. Pulley 10, a rotatable pulley 11 provided inside the other end of the cover 8a, and the pulley 10 and the pulley 11 are wound around the light shielding member 3 over the longitudinal direction of the cover 8a. A wire 12 is provided between the pulley 10 and the pulley 11 so that the light shielding member 3 can be opened and closed by reciprocating between the pulley 10 and the pulley 11.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 3, the wire 12 is provided with a ring-shaped locking tool 13 a at a predetermined interval, and a hook-shaped hook provided at a predetermined interval on the upper end portion of the light shielding member 3. The tool 13b is hooked on the locking tool 13a, and the light shielding member 3 is suspended. Note that the hook 13c on one end side of the light shielding member 3 is fixed to the cover 8a or the like, and even when the wire 12 moves, one end portion of the light shielding member 3 does not move. Further, among the locking tools 13a provided on the wire 12, the locking tool 13d on the other end side is fixed to the wire 12, and therefore the light shielding member 3 hooked on the locking tool 13d on the other end side. When the wire 12 moves, the other end of the wire moves in conjunction with this.

  Therefore, when the drive unit 9 is driven and the pulley 10 is rotated in the A direction, the other end portion of the light shielding member 3 connected to the locking tool 13d fixed to the wire 12 is moved in the B direction, and the light shielding is folded. The light shielding member 3 is closed so that the member 3 is pulled and spread. At this time, since the pulley 11 is connected to the pulley 10 by the wire 12, the pulley 11 rotates in the C direction in conjunction with the pulley 10. At this time, since the hook 13c on one end side of the light shielding member 3 is fixed, one end portion of the light shielding member 3 does not open. Further, when the drive unit 9 is driven and the pulley rotates in the D direction, the other end portion of the light shielding member 3 connected to the locking tool 13d fixed to the wire 12 moves in the E direction and is spread out. The light-shielding member 3 is opened so that is folded. At this time, the pulley 11 rotates in the F direction in conjunction with the pulley 10.

  On the other hand, a clutch (not shown) or the like for transmitting the rotation of the motor (not shown) to the pulley 10 is provided inside the drive unit 9, and a switch 14 for connecting or disconnecting the clutch. However, as shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 3, it is provided on the inner wall 15 of the house. Therefore, when the switch 14 is in the ON state, the clutch is connected, and the rotation of the motor can be transmitted to the pulley 10. When the switch 14 is in the OFF state, the clutch is disengaged. The rotation is not transmitted to the pulley 10, and the light shielding member 3 can be manually opened and closed. The driving means 6 for opening and closing the light shielding member 3 in this embodiment is merely an example, and is not limited to this embodiment, and may have other configurations.

  And the control means 7 of the light shielding member control apparatus 1 which concerns on 1st Embodiment as shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 2 which comprises the above solar panels 3, the electrical storage means 4, and the drive means 5 is the following. The light shielding member 3 is opened and closed by driving the driving means 6 in accordance with the electric power generated from the solar panel 4 and is built in the driving unit 9 of the driving means 6 and performs the following control.

  The control means 7 has a built-in clock for judging the date and time, and judges the season based on the month output from the clock. For example, it is determined that March to May is spring, June to August is summer, September to November is autumn, and December to February is winter.

Then, it is determined whether or not the electric power generated from the solar panel 4 exceeds predetermined threshold values W1 to W3 set in advance for each season, and the light shielding member 3 is opened and closed.
Here, when it is determined that the season is winter, in order to improve the heating efficiency, sunlight is incident on the room as much as possible to raise the room temperature, and at the same time, the light-shielding member 3 is closed to avoid heat radiation at night. That is, when the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold value W1 set in advance (W1 <W), the light shielding member 3 is opened, and when the power W falls below the threshold value W1 (W1 ≧ W), light shielding is performed. The member 3 is closed.

  In addition, when the season is determined to be summer, in order to improve cooling efficiency, sunlight is prevented from entering the room as much as possible to suppress an increase in room temperature. That is, when the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold value W2 set in advance (W2 <W), the light shielding member 3 is closed, and when the power W falls below the threshold value W2 (W2 ≧ W), light shielding is performed. The member 3 is opened.

  In the present embodiment, when the season is determined to be spring or autumn, the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold W3 (W3 <W) as in the above-described winter. ) Is set to open the light shielding member 3 and close the light shielding member 3 when the threshold value W3 is below (W3 ≧ W). However, since the temperature and the like vary depending on the region, when the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a preset threshold W3 (W3 <W) as in the case of summer, the light shielding member 3 is used. When it is closed and below the threshold value W3 (W3 ≧ W), the light shielding member 3 may be opened.

  In this way, sunlight is actively taken into the room in winter to raise the room temperature, and in summer, the solar panel 4 increases in power, blocking sunlight from entering the room during the day and suppressing the rise in room temperature. In addition, in the spring and autumn, sunlight can be introduced to bring the room temperature to a comfortable temperature.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the light shielding member control device 1 according to the second embodiment is installed on the indoor side surface of the small window W <b> 2 of the house in addition to the solar panel 3, the power storage unit 4, and the driving unit 5. An outside air temperature sensor 16 that indirectly detects the outside air temperature and a room temperature sensor 17 that is installed on the inner wall 15 or the like on the indoor side of the house and detects the room temperature are provided.

  In this embodiment, the outside air temperature sensor 16 is provided indoors. However, in order to directly detect the outside air temperature, the outside air temperature sensor 16 may be provided outdoors. In this case, the wiring H is connected to the window W1. Alternatively, the sash S of the small window W2 or the like may be penetrated, and the outside air temperature sensor 16 may be installed on the outdoor side surface of the small window W2, the fence, the outer wall of the house, or the like. However, in order to indirectly detect the outside air temperature as described above, the outside air temperature sensor 16 is installed on the indoor side surface of the small window W2 of the house, and the change in the radiant heat from the small window W2 due to the change in the outside air temperature is measured. However, an effect equivalent to directly detecting the outside air temperature can be obtained.

  The control means 7 has a built-in clock for judging the date and time as in the control device 7 of the light shielding member control device 1 according to the first embodiment. Judging. For example, it is determined that March to May is spring, June to August is summer, September to November is autumn, and December to February is winter.

Then, it is determined whether or not the electric power generated from the solar panel 4 exceeds predetermined threshold values W4 to W6 set in advance for each season, and further, the difference T (T between the room temperature T I and the outside temperature T O = T I -T O) is to determine whether exceeds a predetermined threshold T1~T3 which is previously set for each season to open and close the light-shielding member 3.
Here, when it is determined that the season is winter, in order to improve the heating efficiency, sunlight is made incident as much as possible to raise the room temperature. That is, when the electric power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold value W4 (W4 <W), the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature is further below the predetermined threshold value T1. In the case (T1> T), the light shielding member 3 is opened. When the electric power W falls below the threshold value W4 (W4 ≧ W), or when the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature exceeds the threshold value T1 (T1 ≦ T), the light shielding member 3 is closed. This is because when the outside air temperature is low and the room temperature is high, there is a large difference between the outside air temperature and the room temperature. In this case, a window glass cooled to the outside air temperature may lower the room temperature by the radiant heat. It is.

  In addition, when the season is determined to be summer, in order to improve cooling efficiency, sunlight is prevented from entering the room as much as possible to suppress an increase in room temperature. That is, when the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold value W5 set in advance (W5 <W), the light shielding member 3 is closed regardless of the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature. When the electric power W is lower than the threshold value W5 (W5 ≧ W) and the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature exceeds the threshold value T2 (T2 ≦ T), the light shielding member 3 is opened. This is because even when the power W is reduced, if the room temperature is low and the outside air temperature is high when cooling is used indoors, there is a large difference between the room temperature and the outside air temperature. This is because a window glass or the like that has been warmed to a high temperature may raise the room temperature by its radiant heat.

  In the present embodiment, when the season is determined to be spring or autumn, the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold W6 set in advance (W6 <W) as in the winter described above. ), The light shielding member 3 is opened when the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature falls below a predetermined threshold value T3 (T3> T). When the electric power W falls below the threshold W6 (W6 ≧ W), or when the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature exceeds the threshold T3 (T3 ≦ T), the light shielding member 3 is closed.

  However, since the temperature varies depending on the region, when the power W of the solar panel 4 exceeds a predetermined threshold W6 (W6 <W) as in the case of summer, the room temperature and the outside temperature Regardless of the value of the difference T, the light shielding member 3 is closed. When the electric power W is lower than the threshold value W6 (W6 ≧ W), and further when the difference T between the room temperature and the outside air temperature exceeds the threshold value T3 (T3 ≦ T), the light shielding member 3 is set to be opened. May be.

  As a result, the light shielding member 3 can be closed when the outside air temperature is lower than the room temperature and the room temperature does not rise due to the radiant heat from the window while actively taking sunlight into the room in winter. In the summer, even when the power of the solar panel 4 is small and the amount of sunlight is small, the light shielding member 3 is closed if the outside air temperature is higher than the room temperature and the room temperature is extremely increased by radiant heat from the window. be able to.

  In addition, the values of these threshold values W1 to W6 can be appropriately changed according to the sunlight, the average temperature of the land, the size of the solar panel 4, and the values of the thresholds T1 to T3 are also sunny. It can be changed according to the average temperature of the land. Of course, the threshold values W3 and W6 and the threshold value T3 can be different values in spring and autumn. Such thresholds W1 to W6 and threshold thresholds T1 to T3 are calculated based on ambient conditions such as temperature, sunshine amount, humidity, region, time, etc., or thresholds set in advance by the user are used appropriately. be able to.

  The control method of the control means 7 as described above is an example, and can be appropriately changed according to the region and the purpose of the user. Also, the light shielding member control device according to the first and second embodiments. The first control means 7 can open and close the light shielding member 3 by driving the driving means 6 at a predetermined time specified in advance by a built-in clock.

  In addition, an outdoor illuminance sensor for detecting outdoor illuminance toward the outdoor side on the indoor side surface of the small window W2 and an indoor illuminance sensor for measuring indoor illuminance toward the indoor side on the inner wall 15 are provided. Also good. Thereby, when the control means 7 determines that the room is brighter than the outdoors, the line of sight from the outdoors to the room can be blocked by closing the light shielding member 3 regardless of the above-described conditions. Of course, the solar panel 3 can be used as the illuminance sensor, and the illuminance can be determined from the electric power of the solar panel 3. In this case, the solar panel 3 is further connected to the outer wall 15 in FIGS. An optical panel 3 may be provided.

  Further, the control means 7 of the light shielding member control device 1 according to the first and second embodiments receives command means for opening and closing the light shielding member 3 by wireless remote operation, and a command signal from the command means. And receiving means for transmitting the received command signal to the control means 7. As a result, the receiving means receives the command signal from the command means, and based on the command signal transmitted to the control means 7, the control means 7 can drive the driving means 6 to open and close the light shielding member 3. .

  Further, if a barometer is built in the control means 7, for example, the weather is predicted from the transition of the atmospheric pressure over the past 6 hours, and the driving means 6 is driven only when this prediction is clear, the light shielding member 3 Can also be opened and closed. In addition, if the control means 7 is provided with a receiving means, this weather forecast may receive weather information from the outside, and the control means 7 may drive the driving means 6 based on the weather information to open and close the light shielding member 3. it can.

  When a curtain is used as the light shielding member 3 as described above, the light shielding member control device 1 is integrated with the curtain box 8 and attached to the upper part of the window frame 2 on the indoor side. Of course, other positions may be used. And the above light-shielding member control apparatus 1 is attached to the vicinity of a window frame as a window frame structure, and the window frame structure is used in a condominium, a house, etc., so that the cooling / heating efficiency is improved and the standby power source is a solar panel. 4 can be used to greatly contribute to energy saving, and can also be used as a security measure while absent.

  The shielding member control apparatus 1 according to the present invention can be used not only in a house but also in a facility such as a hotel, a school, or a hospital.

1 is an overall perspective view of a light shielding member to which a light shielding member control device according to a first embodiment is attached. Schematic of the light shielding member control device according to the first embodiment The whole perspective view of the shading member to which the shading member control device concerning a 2nd embodiment was attached. Schematic of the light shielding member control device according to the second embodiment Another overall perspective view of the light shielding member to which the light shielding member control device is attached AA sectional view of the curtain box shown in FIG. Diagram showing conventional technology

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Light-shielding member control apparatus 2 Window frame 3 Light-shielding member 4 Solar panel 5 Power storage means 6 Drive means 7 Control means 16 Outside temperature sensor 17 Room temperature sensor

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  1. A shading member control device for automatically opening and closing a shading member attached near the window frame on the indoor side of the house to block sunlight,
    A solar panel that receives sunlight and converts the sunlight into electric power;
    Power storage means for storing power generated by the photovoltaic power of the solar panel;
    Driven by the electric power stored by the power storage means, and a drive means capable of opening and closing the light shielding member;
    Control means for driving the driving means by determining whether the electric power generated from the solar panel is preset or exceeds a threshold value calculated from ambient conditions;
    The light-shielding member control apparatus characterized by comprising.
  2. An outside air temperature sensor for detecting the outside air temperature, and a room temperature sensor for detecting the room temperature,
    The control means sets in advance the temperature difference between the outside air temperature detected by the outside air temperature sensor and the room temperature detected by the room temperature sensor, and the electric power generated from the solar panel, or is calculated from ambient conditions 2. The light shielding member control device according to claim 1, wherein the driving means is driven by determining whether or not the set threshold value is exceeded.
  3.   The light shielding member control device according to claim 1, wherein the light shielding member control device is provided on an indoor side of a house.
  4.   A window frame structure, wherein the light shielding member control device according to claim 1 is attached in the vicinity of the window frame.
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