Is it common that a boost DCDC converter has an output voltage which is the same as the input voltage, when the switching does not occur?
I'm reading the TPS55340EVM-017 datasheet. In the caption for Figure 14, it is described that the EN voltage goes low and the output voltage ramps from 24 V to Vin. I'm curious why the output voltage does not decrease to zero.
Also when the switching does not happen, isn't there limitation in the output current?