Hi all, I've recently started back up on a previous project, and I have a new feature that I would like to add. I'm trying to measure the current to the load with my PIC18F45K20; a schematic is given. The BSP762T is a high-side switch with its input coming from RC2 of the PIC (this is a PWM signal, ~100 Hz). The load is inductive, and is connected at H3. I'm trying to get the lowest cost solution, and I'm guessing this is going to be with a shunt resistor, I'm just not sure how to apply it to my particular application. If it makes any difference, the load is connected to ground at all times, so the high side switch is necessary. I'm not sure if this means I need a high-side current measurement technique or not, and I'm hoping you guys here can help me out. Also, the load current varies from 0-2A with the PWM signal at a peak of 24VDC when varied from 0-95%. I've done some reading on the subject, so any practical knowledge would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.