This is a mountable SPDT slide switch --- great for use as a general control switch. The pins are spaced by 3.7mm (0.14"), making breadboard use not an option. It is rated for 300mA at 125VAC.
This switch has two handy 2mm mounting holes on each side of the actuator, making it easy to install while providing a discreet slide switch for your next project.
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What are the physical dimensions of the switch case?
I had to search for this too. It's under "Support Tips": https://github.com/SparkfunTechSupport/Additional-files/blob/master/PRT-14330/PRT-14330.JPG
11 x 6 mm panel opening
So I figured out my own question (by asking a coworker). The answer is no going over voltage or amperage. So undervoltage is fine, but over current is not, even with the lesser voltage. 👍🏻