Didn't know the bolt/volt evse would do that remy_martian, thank you! Apparently, ONLY the bolt/volt level 1 evse will do it, and it just takes an adapter. It's a Clipper Creek unit. My Delphi/Bmw i3 L1 evse won't survive 220 input, from what I can find online. I had a Leaf level 1 years ago that had been adapted to work on 220 but I don't know the details on that.
I found a bolt/volt evse on ebay for $200. Junkyards and online sources seem to want $300 plus. This should do the trick perfectly because it'll use 26-2800 watts from both legs of the 220 volt, 3000 watts this solar system will produce when the sun is out, leaving a little bit to maintain, even charge the house batteries that I'll need when the panels run out of sun.
Cricketo, thanks for that transformer idea! That was the backup plan but, I think, might get a 110 circuit by using only 1 220 leg. I couldn't find that out for sure on the unit I was looking at. That would be the cheap, easy, sensible way to do it. But, that would give the inverter an unbalanced load.
We'll see how this all works out...