If you want the lamp to light as well it is a bit more difficult. You would need to step down the voltage to the lamp to light it
I agree with crust on that point.But at that point it is easier to get a 110V lighted switch.
With the mentioning of ratings, what do voltage ratings mean? Why does radio shack sell 250v fuses? The darn thing would blow WAY before that anyway, its the current that matters...
Now on something like a transistor I could understand it, you might not want 250v across the thing.... and maybe in a switch you could have arcing.
But seriously, why rate some things with a voltage when it seems that it should be rated as something else?
Of course, it could be installed in lower voltage environments as well. These voltage ratings are generally the highest possible voltage that the fuse can work reliably (no arcing, reduced life etc..). And they also have much to do with the fuse material.