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JP6333088B2
JP6333088B2 JP2014133218A JP2014133218A JP6333088B2 JP 6333088 B2 JP6333088 B2 JP 6333088B2 JP 2014133218 A JP2014133218 A JP 2014133218A JP 2014133218 A JP2014133218 A JP 2014133218A JP 6333088 B2 JP6333088 B2 JP 6333088B2
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  The present invention relates to a solar panel mount. Specifically, the present invention relates to a solar panel mount for fixing a solar power generation panel to a roof.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, a photovoltaic roof in which a building roof and a photovoltaic panel are integrally formed is known (see, for example, Patent Document 1). In this solar power roof, a drainage structural material (hereinafter referred to as a vertical rail) having a vertical drainage space extending in the direction of inclination of the roof surface as a solar panel base for fixing and supporting the solar power generation panel. A joint member (hereinafter referred to as a horizontal beam) having a drainage lateral space extending in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface is connected to the side of the vertical beam and provided on the base material. By arranging these vertical rails and horizontal rails directly under the joint of the photovoltaic power generation panel, it is possible to prevent rainwater and the like from entering the base material.

Japanese Patent No. 3461747

However, in the photovoltaic roof of Patent Document 1, since the vertical rail extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface becomes a wall, only air permeability in the inclination direction of the roof surface can be ensured. Therefore, there was a problem that the photovoltaic power generation panel could not be sufficiently cooled and good power generation efficiency could not be obtained.
In addition, a plurality of wirings are connected to the photovoltaic power generation panel, and it is necessary to draw these wirings indoors from the outdoors, but there is a problem that it is difficult to route the wiring because the vertical rail becomes a wall .

  The present invention has been made in view of the above, and an object of the present invention is to provide a solar panel gantry that can obtain good air permeability and can easily handle wiring.

  In order to achieve the above object, the present invention is a solar panel mount (for example, a solar panel mount 4 described later) for fixing a solar panel (for example, a solar power generation panel 5 described later) to the roof, A vertical beam (for example, a vertical beam 41 described later) that extends in the inclination direction of the roof surface and is fixed to the base material of the roof (for example, a lower material 3 described later), and extends in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction A vertical beam connected to the vertical beam, and fixed to and supported by the solar panel (for example, a horizontal beam 42 described later), and the vertical beam is formed by a groove extending in the extending direction. (E.g., a vertical beam portion 410a described later), and the horizontal beam is formed by a groove extending in the extending direction thereof (e.g., a first horizontal beam portion 420a and a horizontal beam described later). A second flange 420b) and a connecting hole (for example, described later) on the vertical beam Yuiana 422b, the connecting member (e.g., in a state where 423b) are arranged to provide a solar panel frame which is connected to the longitudinal 桟上 by fastening members) such as screws below.

  It is preferable that the vertical beam further includes a vertical beam auxiliary rod part (for example, a vertical beam auxiliary rod unit 410b described later) formed by a groove extending in the extending direction outside the vertical beam unit.

  It is preferable that the vertical beam (for example, a vertical beam 41A described later) and the horizontal beam (for example, a horizontal beam 42A described later) are pivotally supported and connected to each other.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, while being able to obtain favorable air permeability, the solar panel mount frame with which wiring is easy can be provided.

It is a perspective view which shows the solar power generation roof to which the solar panel mount based on one Embodiment of this invention was applied. It is a top view of the solar panel mount which concerns on this embodiment. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. It is the BB sectional view taken on the line of FIG. FIG. 4 is an enlarged view of a vertical beam portion in FIG. 3. It is a cross-sectional perspective view of the vertical beam in the connection part of a vertical beam and a horizontal beam. FIG. 4 is an enlarged view of a horizontal rail portion in FIG. 3. It is a perspective view of the horizontal cross in the connection part of a vertical cross and a horizontal cross. It is a schematic diagram which shows the vertical crosspiece and the horizontal crosspiece pivotally supported by each other. It is a schematic diagram which shows the vertical crosspiece and the horizontal crosspiece pivotally supported by each other.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a solar power roof to which a solar panel mount according to an embodiment of the present invention is applied. As shown in FIG. 1, the solar power roof 1 is formed by integrally forming the roof of the building 2 and the solar power generation panel, and has a high design with a sense of unity. The photovoltaic roof 1 comprises a gable roof having roof surfaces 1A and 1B that are inclined from the ridge on both sides, and the almost entire surface of the sunny roof surface 1A is integrally formed with the photovoltaic panel, resulting in poor sunlight. The roof surface 1B on the side is formed of slate or tiles.

Hereinafter, the configuration of the roof surface 1A on the sunny side of the photovoltaic roof 1 will be described in detail with reference to FIGS.
Here, FIG. 2 is a plan view of the solar panel mount according to the present embodiment. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA in FIG. 1, and FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line BB in FIG. In FIG. 3, since the configuration on both keraba sides is the same, only one side (left side in FIG. 1) is shown, and the other side and the central portion are partially omitted. In FIG. 4, only the eaves side is shown, and the ridge side and the central part are partially omitted.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 4, the solar power roof 1 has a base material 3, a solar panel mount 4, a solar power generation panel 5, and a decorative material 6 on one side of the sunny roof surface 1 </ b> A. .

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the base material 3 includes a base plate 31, a waterproof sheet 32, and a steel plate 33. The base material 3 constitutes a base portion of the solar power roof 1 and fixedly supports a solar panel mount 4 described later.

  The field board 31 is stretched and arranged on the rafter 30 which is a framework of the roof of the building 2. This base plate 31 is arranged on the entire surface of the photovoltaic roof 1. As the base plate 31, a plate material such as plywood is used.

  The waterproof sheet 32 is disposed on the above-described field plate 31. With the waterproof sheet 32, the waterproof property of the solar power roof 1 is enhanced. As the waterproof sheet 32, a waterproof material such as asphalt roofing in which paperboard is impregnated with asphalt is used.

  The steel plate 33 is disposed on the waterproof sheet 32 described above. The steel plate 33 enhances the fire resistance, waterproofness and strength of the photovoltaic roof 1. As the steel plate 33, a conventionally known fireproof steel plate or the like is used.

As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the solar panel gantry 4 is screwed and fixed onto the base material 3 described above. Moreover, the solar panel mount 4 fixes and supports the above-mentioned photovoltaic power generation panel 5.
As shown in FIGS. 2 to 4, the solar panel mount 4 includes a plurality of vertical bars 41 and a plurality of horizontal bars 42 that are framed in a lattice pattern.

  The vertical rail 41 extends in the inclination direction of the roof surface 1A and is provided through the eaves from the ridge. A plurality of vertical bars 41 are arranged at regular intervals in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction so as to be along the inclination direction of the roof surface 1A, and are screwed to the base material 3. Moreover, the vertical rail 41 is arrange | positioned directly under the joint line 51 which is a connection part of the vertical side part of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 which adjoins later (refer FIG. 3).

  The horizontal rail 42 extends in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface 1A and is screwed onto the vertical rail 41. The horizontal rail 42 is disposed immediately below a horizontal coupling portion 52 that is a coupling portion of a lateral side portion of an adjacent photovoltaic power generation panel 5 described later (see FIG. 4). Further, a plurality of horizontal bars 42 are provided so as to bridge adjacent vertical bars 41. That is, the horizontal rail 42 is not provided through between the ends on both the keraba sides.

The solar panel mount 4 communicates not only with the inclination direction of the roof surface but also in the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction below the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 by arranging the horizontal crosspiece 42 on the vertical crosspiece 41. A gap is secured. Therefore, good air permeability and wiring management are ensured.
Moreover, the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42 which comprise the solar panel mount frame 4 are equipped with the structure advantageous from a drainage viewpoint. The detailed structure of the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42 will be described in detail later.

As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 has four panels arranged in parallel in the direction of inclination of the roof surface 1 </ b> A of the photovoltaic power generation roof 1, and four sheets in a direction perpendicular to the direction of inclination. The solar panel base 4 is fixedly supported.
Of the peripheral edge portion of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5, the vertical side portion along the inclination direction of the roof surface 1 </ b> A forms a seam 51 extending in the vertical direction between the vertical side portion of the adjacent photovoltaic power generation panel 5.
Moreover, the side part along the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of 1 A of roof surfaces among the peripheral parts of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 adjoins the horizontal beam 42 which comprises the above-mentioned solar panel mount frame 4 on both sides. The horizontal connection part 52 is formed by being connected to the horizontal side part of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 (see FIG. 4).

  As described above, the horizontal connecting portion 52 is disposed immediately above the horizontal rail 42 constituting the solar panel mount 4 (see FIG. 4). Further, as shown in FIG. 4, in the horizontal connecting portion 52, a panel pressing member 521 extending along both lateral sides is formed on the upper portion of the horizontal rail 42 sandwiched by the lateral sides of the adjacent photovoltaic power generation panels 5. It is attached.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the decorative material 6 includes an eaves side frame member 61, a ridge side frame member 62, and a pair of keraba side frame members 63 and 63. The eaves side frame member 61, the ridge side frame member 62, and the pair of keraba side frame members 63, 63 constitute a peripheral frame surrounding the periphery of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 described later.

The eaves side frame member 61 is disposed at the eaves end of the photovoltaic roof 1. The eaves side frame member 61 extends in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface 1A of the photovoltaic power roof 1 and covers the eaves edge to protect the eaves edge. Thereby, the designability of the eaves is improved.
As shown in FIG. 4, the eaves side frame member 61 includes an eaves cover 611 and an eaves end cover 612.

The eaves cover 611 extends along the eaves edge, and is screwed to the horizontal beam 42 constituting the above-described solar panel mount 4. Moreover, the eaves cover 611 is provided so as to be inclined downward as it goes toward the eaves end after extending along the inclination direction of the roof surface in a cross-sectional view.
The eaves end cover 612 is provided at the end of the eaves end on the wife side. The eaves end cover 612 is provided so as to cover the eaves cover 611 along the outer shape of the eaves cover 611, and is screwed to the eaves cover 611.

  The ridge-side frame member 62 is disposed in the ridge portion of the solar power roof 1. The ridge-side frame member 62 extends in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface 1A of the solar power roof 1 and covers the ridge, thereby protecting the ridge. Thereby, the designability of the ridge is improved.

The pair of keraba side frame members 63, 63 are arranged at the keraba side ends of the photovoltaic roof 1. The pair of keraba side frame members 63, 63 protect the end portion on the wife side by extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface 1 </ b> A of the photovoltaic power generation roof 1 and covering the end portion on the wife side. Thereby, the designability of the end part of the wife side is improved.
As shown in FIG. 3, the pair of keraba side frame members 63 and 63 includes a first keraba side frame member 631 and a second keraba side frame member 632. The second keraba side frame member 632 is screwed to the vertical rail 41, and the first keraba side frame member 631 is screwed to the second keraba side frame member 632 so as to cover the second keraba side frame member 632.

Moreover, the solar power generation roof 1 is provided with the keraba side windbreak board 64, the eaves side windbreak board 65, and the eaves fence 66, as shown to FIG. In FIG. 1, the description of the keraba side windbreak plate 64, the eaves side windbreak plate 65, and the eaves wall 66 is omitted.
The keraba-side windbreak plate 64 is provided so as to hang down from the end portion on the keraba side through the windbreak base 641. The eaves side baffle plate 65 is provided to hang down from the eaves edge via a baffle base 651. The eaves ridge 66 is attached to the outer surface of the eaves-side windbreak plate 65 and drains rainwater discharged from the eaves by the vertical beam 41 of the solar panel mount 4 described above.

Next, the detailed structure of the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42 which comprise the solar panel mount frame 4 is demonstrated in detail with reference to FIGS.
Here, FIG. 5 is an enlarged view of the vertical crosspiece 41 portion in FIG. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional perspective view of the vertical beam 41 at the connecting portion between the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42. FIG. 7 is an enlarged view of the horizontal crosspiece 42 portion in FIG. FIG. 8 is a perspective view of the horizontal beam 42 at the connecting portion between the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42. In FIG. 6, a part of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 adjacent in the inclination direction is omitted. In FIG. 8, a part of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 and the cross rail 42 that are adjacent to each other in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction are omitted.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the vertical rail 41 includes a bottom surface portion 411, a pair of first standing portions 412 and 412, and a pair of second standing portions 413 and 413.

  The bottom surface portion 411 is provided so as to extend in the inclination direction of the roof surface and constitutes the bottom surface of the vertical rail 41. The width of the bottom surface portion 411 is sufficiently larger than the separation width between the photovoltaic power generation panels 5 adjacent to each other in the direction perpendicular to the inclination direction of the roof surface and the separation width between the horizontal rails 42. The bottom surface portion 411 is disposed in contact with the base material 3 and is screwed to the base material 3 at a predetermined interval in the inclination direction of the roof surface between a first upright portion 412 and a second upright portion 413 described later. Is done.

  The pair of first upright portions 412 and 412 are formed to stand vertically from the bottom surface portion 411 described above. These first standing portions 412 and 412 are formed to extend in the inclination direction of the roof surface, and are arranged to face each other at the center in the width direction of the vertical rail 41.

  The upper ends of the pair of first standing portions 412 and 412 are formed with first parallel portions 412 a and 412 a that are bent toward the center in the width direction of the vertical rail 41 and extend parallel to the bottom surface portion 411. These first parallel portions 412a and 412a support a horizontal rail 42 described later.

  The pair of second standing portions 413 and 413 are formed so as to incline outward from the bottom surface portion 411 and then extend in the vertical direction with respect to the bottom surface portion 411. These second upright portions 413 and 413 are formed so as to extend in the inclination direction of the roof surface, and are arranged opposite to each other via the pair of first upright portions 412 and 412 at both ends in the width direction of the vertical rail 41. Is done.

  The upper ends of the pair of second standing portions 413 and 413 are formed with second parallel portions 413 a and 413 a that are bent toward the center in the width direction of the vertical rail 41 and extend in parallel to the bottom surface portion 411. These second parallel portions 413a and 413a extend in the width direction longer than the first parallel portions 412a and 412a described above, and a horizontal rail 42 described later is supported by the second parallel portions 413a and 413a. More specifically, a plurality of fastening holes 413b are formed in the second parallel portions 413a and 413a at positions corresponding to both ends of the cross rail 42 in the inclination direction of the roof surface, and through these fastening holes 413b. Lateral bars 42 to be described later are fastened to the second parallel portions 413a and 413a by fastening members such as screws.

  A vertical beam first groove 41 a extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface is formed at the center in the width direction of the vertical beam 41 by the first standing portions 412 and 412 and the bottom surface portion 411. Further, the vertical beam second grooves 41 b extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface are formed at both ends in the width direction of the vertical beam 41 by the second upright part 413, the bottom surface part 411, and the first upright part 412. The vertical beam portion 410a extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface is formed by the vertical beam first groove 41a and the pair of vertical beam second grooves 41b and 41b.

  After extending outwardly along the surface direction of the bottom surface portion 411 and the base material 3, the pair of second upright portions 413 and 413 is vertically installed on the bottom surface portion 411 and the base material 3. Extending portions 414 and 414 are formed. The extending portion 414 is disposed below the vertical portion of the second standing portion 413.

  A pair of vertical beam third grooves 41 c extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface is formed on the outside of the vertical beam 41 by the extending portion 414 and the second standing portion 413. The pair of vertical beam third grooves 41c and 41c form a vertical beam auxiliary rod portion 410b extending in the inclination direction of the roof surface.

  As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the horizontal crosspiece 42 includes a horizontal crosspiece main body portion 421, an upper extension portion 422, and a lower extension portion 423.

  The horizontal rail main body 421 is provided so as to extend in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface, and is formed in a hollow shape having a convex portion 421b on the upper portion of the rectangular lower portion 421a in a cross-sectional view. The convex part 421b of the horizontal beam main body part 421 is sandwiched between the photovoltaic power generation panels 5 adjacent in the inclination direction of the roof surface. A panel pressing member 521 is screwed to the upper surface of the convex portion 421b.

In addition, a fastening hole 421c for attaching the grounding metal fitting 5a with a screw is formed in the ridge side upper part of the lower part 421a of the horizontal rail main body part 421. The ground metal fitting 5 a is in contact with the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 in order to release the charging of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 to the horizontal rail 42.
Similarly, a fastening hole 421d that is fastened to the attachment portion 5b provided at the lower portion of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 is formed in the eaves-side upper portion of the lower portion 421a of the horizontal beam main body portion 421. The horizontal rail 42 is screwed to the attachment portion 5b at the lower part of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 through the fastening hole 421d.

  The upper extending portion 422 is formed to extend upward along the inclination direction of the roof surface. An upper standing portion 422a is formed at the tip of the upper extending portion 422. The upper standing portion 422a is further vertically extended along the inclination direction of the roof surface. The upper extending portion 422 is provided to extend in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface.

  The lower extension 423 is formed to extend downward along the inclination direction of the roof surface. A lower standing portion 423a is formed at the tip of the lower extending portion 423. The lower standing portion 423a is vertically extended and further extended downward along the inclination direction of the roof surface. The lower extension 423 is provided to extend in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface.

  A horizontal rail first groove 42 a is formed by the upper extending portion 422 and the horizontal rail main body 421. Then, the horizontal rail first groove 42a forms a horizontal rail first flange portion 420a extending in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface. Further, both end portions of the bottom surface of the first cross rail 420a of the cross beam in the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface are the second parallel portions 413a on the vertical cross beam portion 410a of the vertical beam 41 as shown in FIGS. Are screwed through the fastening holes 422b and 413b.

  In addition, the horizontal rail second groove 42 b is formed by the lower extension portion 423 and the horizontal rail main body portion 421. The horizontal rail second groove 42b forms a horizontal rail second flange 420b extending in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface. Further, both end portions of the bottom surface of the second cross rail 420b in the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface are connected to the second parallel portion 413a on the vertical cross rail portion 410a of the vertical cross 41 as shown in FIG. Screwed through the fastening holes 423b and 413b.

The drainage operation by the vertical rail 41 and the horizontal rail 42 having the above configuration will be described with reference to FIGS.
As shown in FIG. 5, a vertical rail 41 is disposed immediately below the joint 51 between the photovoltaic power generation panels 5 adjacent to each other in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface. Therefore, the rain water that has entered from the gap of the joint 51 is drained to the eaves by the vertical beam portion 410a of the vertical beam 41 arranged immediately below as shown by the black arrow in FIG.

Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the photovoltaic power generation panels 5 adjacent to each other in the inclination direction of the roof surface are connected by a horizontal connection portion 52 via a convex portion 421 b of the horizontal rail 42. The rain water that has entered from the gap is guided to the horizontal rail first rod portion 420a or the horizontal rail second rod portion 420b of the horizontal rail 42 as indicated by a black arrow in FIG.
Further, as shown in FIG. 5, the end portion of the horizontal beam 42 in the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface is disposed on the vertical beam part 410 a of the vertical beam 41. Therefore, the rainwater drained by the first and second horizontal rails 420a and 420b of the horizontal rail 42 is moved from the end of the horizontal rail 42 to the vertical rail 41 as shown by the black arrows in FIG. It is guided to the vertical beam portion 410a and drained to the eaves by the vertical beam portion 410a.

Here, as described above, both end portions of the bottom surface of the first cross rail 420a of the cross beam in the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface are fastened to the second parallel portion 413a on the vertical cross beam portion 410a of the vertical beam 41. Screwed through holes 422b and 413b. Similarly, both ends of the bottom surface of the second cross rail 420b in the direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface are connected to the second parallel portion 413a on the vertical cross portion 410a of the vertical cross 41 with the fastening holes 423b and 413b. It is screwed through.
Therefore, a part of rainwater flowing through the horizontal rail first rod portion 420a and the horizontal rail second rod portion 420b enters the second parallel portion 413a from the fastening holes 422b and 423b, and in some cases, the second parallel portion. It further enters the fastening hole 413b from above 413a. The invading rainwater is drained to the eaves by the vertical pier portion 410a. In addition, a part of the invading rainwater flows from the second parallel part 413a to the lower part of the second standing part 413. Alternatively, rainwater that overflows the vertical beam portion 410 a flows into the lower portion of the second standing portion 413. At this time, since the vertical beam auxiliary rod portion 410b is formed outside the lower portion of the second standing portion 413, the rainwater that has flowed in is drained to the eaves by the vertical beam auxiliary rod portion 410b.

According to this embodiment, the following effects are produced.
In this embodiment, the vertical beam 41 is provided with a vertical beam portion 410a extending in the extending direction, and the horizontal beam 42 is provided with a first horizontal beam portion 420a and a second horizontal beam rod portion 420b extending in the extending direction. Was provided. In addition, the fastening hole 422b formed in the first horizontal rail portion 420a and the fastening hole 423b formed in the second horizontal rail portion 420b are arranged on the second parallel portion 413a of the vertical rail portion 410a. Then, the horizontal beam 42 was fastened on the vertical beam 41.
As a result, the horizontal beam 42 is arranged on the vertical beam 41, so that a gap communicating with the direction perpendicular to the inclination direction in addition to the inclination direction of the roof surface is secured below the photovoltaic panel 5. As a result, good air permeability is obtained. Moreover, since the wiring of a photovoltaic power generation panel can be connected across the vertical rail, the wiring is good.

In addition, rainwater or the like that has entered through the gap or the like of the photovoltaic power generation panel 5 due to the draining operation described above is caused by the vertical beam of the vertical beam 41 from the horizontal beam first rod portion 420a or the horizontal beam second rod portion 420b of the horizontal beam 42. Since it flows into the part 410a or directly flows into the vertical beam part 410a of the vertical beam 41 and is drained to the eaves, it is possible to suppress a situation where rainwater or the like is immersed in the base material.
In particular, by fixing the horizontal beam 42 on the vertical beam part 410a, rainwater or the like traveling on the screw can be reliably guided to the vertical beam part 410a, and the situation where rainwater or the like is immersed in the base material can be suppressed. .

Further, in the present embodiment, the vertical beam auxiliary rod portion 410b extending in the extending direction is further provided outside the vertical beam portion 410a.
Thereby, the rainwater which overflowed the vertical crosspiece 410a by the draining operation mentioned above can be drained to the eaves by the vertical crosspiece auxiliary hook 410b. Also, rainwater leaking from the connecting portion between the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42 can be drained to the eaves by the vertical beam auxiliary gutter 410b.

It should be noted that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and modifications, improvements, etc. within a scope that can achieve the object of the present invention are included in the present invention.
In the said embodiment, although the solar panel mount frame 4 of this invention was applied to the solar power generation roof 1 provided with the solar power generation panel 5, it is not limited to this. For example, the solar panel mount 4 of the present invention may be applied to a solar roof using a solar heat collecting panel.
Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the solar panel mount frame 4 of this invention was applied to the gable roof, it is not limited to this. For example, the solar panel mount 4 of the present invention may be applied to a single-flow roof or the like.

Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the vertical crosspiece 41 and the horizontal crosspiece 42 were fastened and fixed with the bis | screw, it is not limited to this. For example, the frame unit 4A may be configured such that the vertical beam 41A and the horizontal beam 42A are pivotally supported and connected to each other.
Here, FIGS. 9 and 10 are schematic views showing a gantry unit 4A composed of a vertical beam 41A and a horizontal beam 42A that are pivotally supported with respect to each other. As shown in these drawings, the vertical beam 41A and the horizontal beam 42A each include a plurality of shaft portions L each formed of a pin or the like as a link mechanism that pivotally supports each other. The shaft portion L has a distance from the center in the width direction of the vertical beam 41 to the shaft portion L in plan view, and the shaft portion L from both corners at the end of the horizontal beam 42 arranged on the vertical beam 41 in plan view. It is provided in the position which becomes larger than the distance to. Thereby, the vertical beam 41 and the horizontal beam 42 are rotatable with respect to each other without interfering with the corners of the end portions of the horizontal beam 42 arranged opposite to each other on the vertical beam 41.
Therefore, the gantry unit 4A can be folded linearly as shown in FIG. 9 or alternately as shown in FIG. Therefore, conventionally, after installing the vertical beam on the roof base material, it was necessary to install the horizontal beam, but since the above-mentioned gantry unit 4A can be brought on the roof and installed, the installation becomes easy. Construction time can be shortened. Further, by folding the gantry unit 4A, it can be made compact, and transportation becomes easy.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Photovoltaic roof 2 ... Building 3 ... Base material 4 ... Solar panel mounting 5 ... Solar power generation panel (solar panel)
6 ... Cosmetic material 41 ... Vertical beam 42 ... Horizontal beam 410a ... Vertical beam part 410b ... Vertical beam auxiliary rod part 420a ... First horizontal part of horizontal beam (horizontal beam part)
420b ... 2nd ridge of horizontal rail (horizontal pier)
422b, 423b ... fastening holes (connection holes)

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  1. A solar panel mount for fixing the solar panel to the roof,
    A vertical beam extending in the direction of inclination of the roof surface and fixed to the plate-like base material of the roof;
    Extending in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction and connected to the vertical beam, the gap between the solar panel and the vertical beam is ensured to be communicated in a direction orthogonal to the inclination direction of the roof surface. A horizontal beam for fixing and supporting the solar panel,
    The vertical beam includes a vertical beam part formed by a groove extending in the extending direction,
    The horizontal beam includes a horizontal beam part formed by a groove extending in the extending direction thereof, and is connected to the vertical beam by a connecting member in a state in which a connection hole is arranged on the vertical beam part. Solar panel mount.
  2.   2. The solar panel mount according to claim 1, wherein the vertical beam further includes a vertical beam auxiliary rod part formed by a groove extending in an extending direction outside the vertical beam part.
  3.   The solar panel mount according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the vertical beam and the horizontal beam are pivotally supported and connected to each other.
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