We present an enhanced version of our previously engineered MyoRobot system for reliable, versatile and automated investigations of skeletal muscle or linear polymer material (bio)mechanics. That previous version already replaced strenuous manual protocols to characterize muscle biomechanics properties and offered automated data analysis. Here, the system was further improved for precise control over experimental temperature and muscle single fiber sarcomere length. Moreover, it also now features the calculation of fiber cross-sectional area via on-the-fly optical diameter measurements using custom-engineered microscope optics. With this optical systems integration, the MyoRobot 2.0 allows to tailor a wealth of recordings for relevant physiological parameters to be sequentially executed in living single myofibers. Research questions include assessing temperature-dependent performance of active or passive biomechanics, or automated control over length-tension or length-velocity relations. The automatically obtained passive stress-strain relationships and elasticity modules are important parameters in (bio)material science. From the plethora of possible applications, we validated the improved MyoRobot 2.0 by assessing temperature-dependent myofibrillar Ca2+ sensitivity, passive axial compliance and Young's modulus. We report a Ca2+ desensitization and a narrowed dynamic range at higher temperatures in murine M. extensor digitorum longus single fibers. In addition, an increased axial mechanical compliance in single muscle fibers with Young's moduli between 40 - 60 kPa was found, compatible with reported physiological ranges. These applications demonstrate the robustness of our MyoRobot 2.0 for facilitated single muscle fiber biomechanics assessment.