I am a theoretical physicist who would like to learn more about experimental physics. I will not work in a laboratory, so I do not need practical technical details. What I need are the general ideas and principles of various experimental techniques. Also, I don't want a book dealing with only one branch of physics (say only optics, or only nuclear physics). I want a book (or perhaps a book series) dealing with more-or-less all branches of experimental physics. Can someone recommend such a book or books?