OP, post photos of your outlet and compressor plug.
Or ask your electrician
Wow, thanks for all of the helpful replies. Sorry I sound like such a noob here, but I'm learning!
The outlet is definitely the standard 3-prong outlet you'd see on 120v receptacle, not the 240v 'washing machine' style plug. And, someone mentioned the bathroom connection with GFI or some such...that's exactly right. He had to check the bathroom GFI and upgrade something so the initial run of the large compressor wouldn't either cause the lights to dim or trip the breaker. That's the same outlet I'm using for the trickle charger.
Yes, I'm using the Nissan LEAF EVSE with the adaptor plug for 120v standard outlet. The charge rate is not bad at all. As a test, I let it run (with the timer) and got it to 100% this morning (150 miles range indicated) before driving it off to a meeting. That was the first time I ever saw the car at 100% charge.
So, with level 2 charging, this will use the same amps (12) but give me much faster charging at 6.6 kW? This is much more efficient isn't it? From what I read, I will have more efficiency and cheaper with respect to electricity costs, right?