|The Equatorial Electric Field (EEF) is created in the ionosphere by wind driven currents in combination with the Earth's magnetic field. The unique field geometry at the equator leads to charge buildup at dusk and dawn and consequently an eastward electric field along the magnetic equator. The EEF is responsible for driving many interesting phenomena in the ionosphere. Six years of satellite magnetic measurements from the CHAMP satellite have been used to extract the EEF at 108 km altitude. This model is a result of inverting the magnetic signature of the equatorial electrojet for the current density, solving Maxwell's equations to obtain the EEF, and then fitting the dataset to a climatological model. The model provides the climatological mean and variance of the EEF as a function of longitude, local-time, season, solar flux, and lunar local-time.