Deppity, if it's not clear from this thread, Yes, you can do it. The challenge is the compressor doesn't kick on until pressure drops below a threshold and that threshold is typically lower than the tire pressure you're trying to obtain. Not exact numbers but to illustrate, the compressor may stop at 120psi, but not kick back on until pressure drops below 90. If current tank pressure is 100 and you're trying to get your front tires to 110, you will put the chuck on the tire and air will actually leave the tire. So, you have to cycle the air compressor by releasing air until the compressor kicks on and then add air to tire only when pressure is greater in the tank than the tire.
I'm going to refer you to another thread on tire pressure. Optimum pressure is based on the tires on your rig and the weight of your rig fully loaded. I usually inflate my rear tires to 102 and fronts to 113. I might go 115 on the fronts, but using the bus compressor that's about as high as I can get. The rears are a lot easier.
TIRE MATH THREAD: Check my tire pressure math??
I'll be glad to help you work through this for your rig if you like.
Here's RV Geek's video showing gauge and valve: It's lightweight and coils effortlessly.