I need a high side switch. I thought about using a p-channel MOSFET. The source will be connected to around 50V-60V. How can I drive this MOSFET? I can't find a driver which can switch between 60V and 45V in order to put the MOSFET on and off. They all switch between ground and Vcc, which is generally below 25V. How is switching a high-side p-MOSFET at 60V done? My control signal is at 3.3V.
EDIT: I want to avoid a second power supply. The microcontroller used for the signal generates a signal for a low side n-MOSFET as well.
EDIT 2: The goal is to drive a chopper for a motor, so the switching frequency I was thinking about is around a few kHz.